Joseph F. Berenato
Renovated home on Central Ave.
A shining example of home renovation has recently come onto the market in Hammonton.
Located at 608 Central Ave., this 3,200 square-foot house has been gutted down to the studs and is now outfitted in the latest in modern comfort and design.
The care and attention to detail that went into the property is evident from the moment that prospective homebuyers walk through the front door.
Here, the foyer floor is bedecked in black and while, festooned with fleurs-de-lis and other floral fancy.
A small step up brings visitors into the massive living room. Dark-grain laminate floors and a large front window are the highlights in this room, which is perfectly suited for all sizes of furniture preferences.
There are two open doorways to the rear of the living room.
The one to the left leads into the dining room, which features a patterned accent wall, and is an ideal place to hold both formal and informal meals.
The kitchen is accessible through both the dining room and the other doorway in the living room. Here, stark white cabinets offset the darker floors and the steel appliances, and an island in the center is suitably sized for both light meals and food preparation.
To the left of the living room are two sets of steps. The one to the right brings visitors down to a family room/den. This room is also amply sized, and has two exits—a storm door and sliding glass doors—to the back patio, which also leads to the large multi-car garage in the backyard.
Additionally, next to the stairwell is the entrance to the basement, where the hookups for the washer and dryer can be found. Though the ceiling is unfinished, the floor is carpeted, and this room can be used for a variety of purposes.
A short hallway from the back of this room leads to the first of the home’s three full bathrooms. Here, beautiful tile abounds, and the room is accented with a wooden cabinet and modern fixtures.
Just beyond the bathroom is a large bedroom—the first of four—with a walk-in closet and its own outside entrance.
A quick trip back to the stairwell leads visitors to the upper portion of the house. At the top of these steps is a small walkway that brings visitors to the master bedroom. This room has an absolutely stunning walk-in closet, replete with a surprising amount of shelf and drawer space.
Additionally, this chamber has its own private bathroom, with plenty of counter space as well as a large stand-up shower behind a glass enclosure.
When visitors return to the walkway, they can see the third full bathroom directly in front of them. This room has black-and-white floor tile as well as white subway tile in the shower/tub combo and a beautiful his-and-her sink.
Next to the bathroom is the third of four bedrooms. This is also a respectably sized chamber, and has a large double closet—with built-in shelves—behind separate doors.
On the other side of the bathroom is a small stairwell that leads up to the fourth and final bedroom. This, too, is a big room, with a closet that extends back into the eaves of the house for extra storage.
Additionally, the entrance to the attic can be found in this room. Though unfinished, it is well-lit, and is ideal for socking away seldom-used items.
This home is situated just minutes from both the uptown and downtown sections of Hammonton, and is a few minutes’ walk from Hammonton Lake Park. It has everything a prospective buyer could want and is priced at $575,000.
It is listed through Phil Carr of Crowley & Carr Real Estate.
For more information, call (609) 839-8660.