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At the cul-de-sac end of a gently winding road filled with gracious homes and manicured lawns, a four-bedroom, 2.5-bath Georgetown Colonial, part of the Hunt Farms neighborhood, offers a peaceful country setting in a convenient, close-to-town location.As you meander along the brick front walkway, enjoy a peaceful and panoramic view of neighboring farmland complete with rustic barn. The front door, flanked by sidelights and accented with a Palladium window, opens into a two-story entrance with turned staircase. To the right is a formal dining room with chair rail molding, and to the left, a formal living room with French doors leading to a sunroom at the back of the home, and wood door leading to a den with vaulted ceiling. Warmed by a gas fireplace with marble surround and built-in bookcases on either side, it~s the perfect home office or study. From the sunroom, a hallway leads into the open kitchen and the family room beyond. Stainless steel appliances, a center island and a dining area, ample counters and three pantries, make this a cook~s dream space. Near the two-story family room, with its gas fireplace, skylight and multitude of windows, are the mudroom entry from the three-car garage, and the laundry room with utility sink. At the back of the home, three points of egress (family room, kitchen and sunroom) offer ease of entertaining on the maintenance-free Azec deck.The entertaining extends seamlessly to the finished basement, where a professional-grade bar and wine cooler command one corner. A Bilco door leads to the backyard, and a large unfinished room offers plenty of storage.On the second level landing, enjoy a very private master suite with sitting room, walk-in and oversized closets, and spacious spa-style bath with sunken jetted tub, glass-walled shower, and twin sinks/vanities. At the other end of the hall, three bedrooms share a hall bath with twin sinks and shower/tub combo. A view of the family room below is a pleasant surprise! Conveniently located near major commuter routes and train stations, one of the nicest things about this home is its proximity to downtown Pennington, a perennial favorite and high scorer among other NJ towns for its quaintness. But perhaps the biggest surprise is this: On a clear night, watch through binoculars as the lights change color on the Empire State Building, and on a clear day, enjoy the sparkling of the Freedom Tower. Green Remarks: New central air, Furnace 2008, new appliances,