Saturday, April 9, 2011

29 Stevens St | Andover, Massachusetts real estate & homes - A town of approximately 33,000 residents, Andover, Massachusetts is located in Essex County, the most northerly county in the eastern part of Massachusetts.  From powder mills, paper mills, and woolen mills, Andover was mostly a manufacturing town beginning in the 1700s.

In recent decades, Andover has emerged as a highly affluent community with a strong economic base. Conveniently located near the intersection of two major highways, the town is well within commuting distance of Boston, and just a short drive away from the Massachusetts seashore and the White Mountains of New Hampshire. An accessible location and great potential for growth have attracted many professionals to the town over the years.
The town also offers top-quality private schooling opportunities at Phillips Academy and the Pike School. A thriving suburban community and an industrial leader in its own right, Andover offers an abundance of economic and cultural resources for professionals, families and businesses alike.
This home, at 29 Stevens boasts a young roof, new gas heating, central air conditioning, windows and kitchen, including beautiful new cabinetry, granite countertops and gleaming new hardwood floors.  A newly added sunroom nook is the perfect place to sit and enjoy your morning coffee.
The lower level living room boasts a new gas fireplace.
The upper level living area/ great room feels bright and airy thanks to a vaulted ceiling, and sliders out to the updated deck for those summer time BBQs and entertaining family and friends.
With 3 bedrooms and two updated bathrooms, this home offers an incredible opportunity to move into one of the states most highly rated school systems at an unbelievable price!
Best of all, within just a few minute walk you can be comfortably be shopping in the downtown area, enjoying the perfect mix of old Andover's rich history and the new younger thriving Andover - with it's restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and boutique shopping.

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