Colonial-Fashion Residence On Cactus Highway Promoting For $430Ok

LEVITTOWN, PA – A home on Cactus Road in Levittown is currently selling for $ 429,900.

Located on Cobalt Ridge, this colonial house has 4 bedrooms, a spacious back yard patio and large living room. This home is the perfect size for small families and is located in the Neshaminy School District.

Owners will have the pleasure of using a cooking island in the kitchen that doubles as a cooking area. A small balcony gives the owners the opportunity to look out onto their backyard. Located near Colbat Ridge Park, families can always walk over for a day of fun and games outdoors.

The house, originally built in 1956, was completely rebuilt in 2002, giving it a multitude of modern innovations and styles.

For the full listing, read all of the additional details below.

  • Address: 53 Cactus Road, Levittown, PA
  • Price: $ 429900
  • Square feet: 2433
  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathroom: 2
  • Listing Description: Welcome home to an absolutely stunning colonial home in the coveted Cobalt Ridge, Neshaminy School District. The pride of ownership is evident as soon as you approach the beautifully landscaped front yard of great attractiveness. The modern open floor plan overflows into the well-appointed dining area and upgraded kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and contemporary finishes. This house was completely reconstructed in 2002. Seller reviewed all listings Friday night 12-3

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1930 Colonial-Type Mansion, With Parking for 150 Vehicles, Lists in Connecticut for $6.7 Million

This Connecticut villa has hit the market.


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A nearly one-hundred-year-old Georgian colonial mansion on eight acres in Connecticut was listed for $ 6.7 million this week.

The home has nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms and is nearly 18,000 square feet. There is a basketball court, a pool and an English garden on the premises. The property is located in the city of New Canaan, about an hour’s drive from New York City, according to listing agents Cliff Smith and Todd David Miller of The Agency, a Los Angeles-based broker expanding its presence to the northeast.

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The house, built in 1930, has since been expanded and updated. For example, the chef’s kitchen and master bathroom suite were recently completely renovated, said Mr Smith.

“This is for the New York buyer who wants a classic home with all the modern conveniences,” stated Miller.

The main reception areas contain authentic details. These include a large room with oversized windows and exposed beams, a wood-paneled bar and lounge with an arched door, a formal dining room, and a game room.

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The house is asking for $ 6.7 million.


A family room is off the kitchen and there is a spacious terrace for al fresco dining. There’s also a solarium with a fireplace, nicknamed the “canopy room,” because it’s like sitting in the trees, Mr. Smith explained.

The master bedroom suite has two walk-in closets and dressing rooms, as well as a recently renovated bathroom.

Additional features include an office with built-in bookshelves, a gym, a terrace, well-tended grounds and lawns, and a poolside cabana. A separate two bedroom cottage is also on the property.

The mansion offers complete privacy and “the grounds are great,” he said.

Long before the restrictions caused by the Covid 19 pandemic, parties with up to 400 guests were held on the property. As a result, support structures were installed under part of the property to allow parking of an additional 150 cars, Mr. Smith noted.

The house was last traded for $ 2.5 million in 1996. The seller did not immediately return requests for comments.

This article originally appeared on Mansion Global.