6 Brooks Farm Drive
This picturesque home was built in 1960 for a ship Engineering Officer who ensured the building was constructed with the strength and durability of a wooden sailing ship. Ship wooden support struts have been used in the attic and basement construction along with steel support beams, which was unusual at the time for residential construction. In 2017 the designer Karin Linder whose work has been featured in Architectural Digest 12 times, completed a full renovation of the house. This renovation has created a warm and relaxed feeling in all of the rooms. The home features a bright white kitchen with quartz counter tops, induction cook top and a breakfast nook. A spacious step-down living room with gleaming hardwood floors and custom fireplace leads to a formal dining room with built in corner cabinets. A large master with walk-in closet and bathroom accompany 2 additional large bedrooms which share a full size bathroom, rounding off with a cozy den which leads out to a stone patio and a serene backyard. Downstairs is a finished basement with bar, full bath, office, cedar closet, workshop and an access door/staircase to the oversized two car garage. This home also includes central air. All this and top notch location which includes walking distance to Rockwell School K-5, access to the bike path and all that downtown Bristol has to offer!
Listing Courtesy of Mott & Chace Sotheby's Intl.
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