Classical St. George home goes on the real estate market.

Do you dread the morning commute into Manhattan?  Have you been looking for an affordable home that will house your entire family and shorten your commute to work?  Well, you’ve come to the right place!

The real estate office of just listed classical colonial home located at 182 Hamilton Avenue in St. George. This home’s charm puts in a rare category of home you will find on Staten Island’s North Shore. Along with its classic styled next-door neighbors, this colonial home is located on a quiet tree-lined street in the St. George/New Brighton Historic District. For the person who looking for a home with a simple commute, this home is within walking distance to the Staten Island Ferry. Best of all, the home features unparalleled craftsmanship, plenty of extra space, for comes out to be a very affordable price.

So what will you find as you walk up the home’s front stairs? From sea breezes to an afternoon sunset, there is nothing like having a cozy, open porch at your disposal, and that’s what you find as you move toward the home’s entrance. Once inside, you will be led into the living room that’s features amazing hardwood floors, which is to your left, with the dining room as you move past French Doors. Like the living room, the dining room features hardwood floors with a three-quarter bathroom that sits accoss a small hall. The completely updated kitchen in eat in and features new cherry cabinets, granite countertops, dishwasher, and a stove.  At the rear of the kitchen, you have access the fenced in the backyard.

When you get to the second floor, you will find three beautiful bedrooms, a linen closet, and a full bathroom. Ascending the next flight of stairs, you will get to the attic, which has two more bedrooms. At the moment, however, each being used as home offices. Descending the stairs past the first floor, you will get to the basement.  This fully finished, modern basement with recessed lighting and makes for a lovely family room. Besides the basement being a great place to entertain, there is plenty of additional storage room for all your needs.

This home features unmatched charm, and is appropriately modernized to blend its modern amenities without compromising its traditional style. For a home to attain that type of homogeny, is more difficult than most people believe in finding traditional style home. We believe you will find a great balance of features within the home, a very walkable and picturesque neighborhood surrounding the home.

Being in the Historic District, you can probably guess that they will be plenty of transportation. In fact, the s42,

Finished Basement

which goes to Clyde Place, and the s52, which goes to Staten Island University Hospital, both travel down Hamilton Avenue.  On Richmond Terrace, you also have access to the s40, which does to Goethals Road North, and the s44, which goes to the Staten Island Mall. While there are no express buses, the St. George Ferry Terminal is extremely close to the house, making it that much better.

Aside from the great transportation, the home is close to a number of different schools. These include the public schools of P.S. 31, at 55 Layton Avenue; P.S. 16, at 80 Monroe Avenue; P.S. 74, at 211 Daniel Low Terrace; I.S. 61, at 445 Castleton Avenue; Curtis High School, at 105 Hamilton Avenue; and the Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical High School, at 290 St. Marks Place.  The nearest Catholic schools include Our Lady of Good Counsel, at 42 Austin Place; Notre Dame Elementary Academy, at 78 Howard Avenue; St. Peter’s High School for Girls, at 300 Richmond Terrace; and St. Peter’s High School for Boys, at 200 Clinton Avenue.  At 307 Victory Boulevard, you also have the Miraj Islamic School, which is a private school.  The schools mentioned should only be used as a point of reference and may not necessarily be those this home is zoned for. To find out which school your child may be zoned for, you may contact your local public school board or schools administration to determine attendance eligibility.

For more information on this home or other Staten Island real estate, contact the real estate office of at (718) 966-9669

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