Last sold in 2017 for just south of $1 million, the hillside property underwent a major renovation over the last four years. The old town road leads to a two-car garage that sits hard up on the street; the glassy front door is accessed past a waterfall that spills over into a pond. Wide-plank hardwood floors flow into the oversized great room, which incorporates separate dining and living areas, the latter with a linear fireplace set into a stone mantle. Monolithic expanses of all-white ceilings and walls are interspersed with recessed lights.
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