While none of us may ever live across from Central Park, some lucky buyer will live across from Fulton Park. Planned by the Olmsted Brothers firm, the nation’s premier designer for urban parks, the 70-acre park, was established in 1919 through a private gift from the Fulton family at site of the former Cooke Street reservoir. With areas of natural beauty & areas for organized athletics, the park feels like a smaller version of its more famous cousin. While the House on Fulton Park, with its gracious front porch, sits perched above the road, a shared driveway leads to a level parking area & backyard. Bringing home groceries is easy when the porticoed backdoor brings you into the home, through the renovated chef's kitchen. With its open floor plan, the possibilities for furniture placement are endless. Newer replacement windows bring the beauty of the park into the home. A convenient half bath with pocket door complete the main level great room. Upstairs is the renovated full bath with double sink vanity. Down the hall, set far enough apart for privacy, are the three freshly painted bedrooms. Each bedroom has its own walk in closet and cozy wall to wall carpet. Economical Natural Gas Heat and Hot Water. Close to shopping, and dining, both fine and casual, as well as an easy commuter location with access to Routes 8 & 84, find out why Yelp rated Waterbury, CT the number one small city in the country. Come see the house on Fulton Park.
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