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Listed by Sally Steward of Keller Williams Coastal Realty

A beautifully updated home with a great transitional style! Traditional elements: oak flooring throughout, window and door moldings, arched opening to the hall, paneled doors with vintage styled doorknobs, tile bath, and traditional Cape layout. Loads of updated details: light fixtures, glass shower doors, stone counters, stainless appliances, replacement windows and living spaces which are open to each other. The garage is attached via a sunny breezeway to the kitchen. The breezeway also gives access to the back deck for grilling and enjoying the outdoors. The dry basement has high ceilings, a toilet and laundry sink, and only six steps up to go out to the back yard. A great space to consider finishing with a family room or with a bit more modification, an additional bedroom. The home is set back from the street and boasts a generous back yard. Landscaping also contributes to the private environment of peace and tranquility. This home's great location has sidewalks for the less than a mile walk to downtown Dover; you could enjoy all the festivals, fairs, fireworks, parades and activities without the hassle of traffic or parking!

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