A little piece of paradise in Warwick

This well-maintained five bedroom home features custom kitchen, in ground pool and many upgrades


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— The pride of ownership is evident throughout this five bedroom Cape Cod-style home.

Everything about this home is sure to please. Just pack your bags and get ready to move right in.

This well-maintained home features a custom kitchen and granite counter tops, millwork, built-ins, wainscoting, gas log fireplace and gleaming hardwood floors.

Here is a delightful place to host family and friends for a dinner with a beautiful formal dining room.

Everyone will be begging for an invite to 9 Claire Ann Drive. This home is perfect for those who love to entertain and have a great time.

Your guests will enjoy relaxing in the cozy family room with the in-ground pool just steps away.

Many upgrades over the years include all Andersen windows, new boiler, new 200 amp electric service, new roof, split air conditioner and vinyl siding.

You'll have more than enough room here to stretch out and relax with a recreation room and finished laundry room with counter top in the partially finished basement.

There's 2,100 square feet of living space in all with just under a half acre of land.

The finished dormer walk-up attic has even more living space and there's also a two-car attached garage.

Your children will also enjoy learning in the highly rated Warwick Valley Schools.

If you're ready to fall in love with coming home, contact Walter Ross at 845-986-5600 to schedule an appointment.



Each week's featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by The Warwick Advertiser's advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Rick Sophia, at sales@strausnews.com.


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