Century home on quiet street!
Welcome to 3 Burns Avenue, a circa 1905 historic charmer. Features like coffered ceilings, plate rails, thick wooden mouldings, deep trim, solid wood doors, and antique doorknobs and doorbell will delight. The location of this property is like no other. It is just steps to the Main Street shops, restaurants, and conveniences yet it feels as though you are on the outskirts of town. The street is quiet and the three season second floor porch that spans the length of the house provides spectacular views of Delhi Park’s treetops and firework displays and Glenwood Cemetery’s trails. Upstairs you will also find 3 bedrooms and a large 5-piece bath with double vanity and a clawfoot tub. The main level has hardwood floors and another covered, 3-season porch that is off the dining room. Expand your dining space in the warmer months or have the perfect spot to enjoy your coffee hidden behind the hydrangea bush. The “bonus room” makes a perfect work from home office, library, or play area. The kitchen has lots of storage, vintage floral-patterned paned windows, and a door leading to the mudroom. The mudroom is a great spot for snowy boots or to keep the patio furniture cushions from the large back deck. The yard is completely fenced for young ones or your pets. Uncommon to historic Picton homes, it has a length-and-a-half garage and a cement basement. You’ll want to check out this in town century home for yourself!