June 20, 2024

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Interior Of The Road

Wakefield Tudor loads of charm

Coolidge Park in Wakefield is a tree-lined cul-de-sac that ends in a wide circular drive — you know the kind — where neighborhood kids congregate to play street hockey or learn how to ride a bike. And Wakefield is that kind of town. To that end, the single family at 34 Coolidge Park is poised to become part of a new family’s memories.

With storybook good looks, the 1935 Tudor is immediately enchanting thanks to its steeply pitched roof and brick facade. Add to that a large, flat backyard, and you have yourself a dreamy little home that’s, well, not so little. In fact, with just over 2,700 square feet, it’s substantial for growing families and includes a partially finished lower level and an attic with hardwood floors for even more opportunities to expand the living space with a media room, home gym, or office.

There’s tons of period charm to be had here, both in the living room with its built-ins and fireplace and the family room that looks out over the generous composite deck and yard. A formal dining room with built-in cabinet plays host to large gatherings or grab a bite in the kitchen’s convenient dining nook.

All four bedrooms can be found on the home’s second level — including the primary suite with vaulted ceilings and an en-suite bath with jetted tub.

Families craving outdoor living will love the close to a third-acre lot — more than enough to give your pup a good workout or put up a playset.

Open house hours are Saturday, June 18, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

For more information about the home, contact Kristin Weekley with Leading Edge Real Estate, 781-454-8493.

 

Home Showcase:

Address: 34 Coolidge Park, Wakefield, MA 01880

Bedrooms: 4

List Price: $799,900

Square feet: 2,705

Price per square foot: $296

Annual taxes: $8,697 in 2021.

Location: Convenient to 95.

Built in: 1935

The Appraisal:

Pros:

Square footage

Awesome outdoor space

Cons:

May want new paint