Meet 71 Sunfield Avenue: a spacious, one-family home on a private street in the beloved neighborhood of Annadale.
As you pull into the two-car driveway, a small garden will greet you, just before your eyes move to the gorgeous bow window surround by bricks. At the far end of the driveway, you will find the gate leading to the backyard, but let’s step back a moment.
When you step into the home, you’ll notice a wonderful breakfast nook to your left, gleaming with sunlight from the bow window and the skylight above. When the sun begins to set, the hi hat lighting will allow for that same, wonderful lighting. As the nook’s counter wraps around to the other side of the kitchen, it is joined by an ample amount of cabinets above and below. The hi hat lighting also follows, leading you into the rest of the home. On the other side of the kitchen is the half-bathroom, followed by the dining area, which has yet another window to light your meal. The gleaming hardwood flooring and stunning wainscoting extend into the living room, which is lighted by a sliding door to the wooden deck.
Stepping out onto the deck, you’ll find a nice area for entertaining with space to seat your family while you grill on the barbeque. Stepping off the deck, you’ll find an enormous, above-ground pool. The pool is surrounded by new pavers and cement, along with more room for seating and entertaining.
Heading back inside, you can now ascend the stairs past the living room. You’ll be surprised to find that the first room you find is not actually the master bedroom, even though it’s certainly big enough to be one! Heading down the hallway, you’ll find the full bathroom, which has stunning custom tiling and a pedestal sink. Just past this floor’s bathroom is the second bedroom, which would be great for a nursery. On the other side of this bedroom is the master bedroom, which sits at the front of the house with two closets. If you feel like you have too much room here, you can always let the kids share this room and turn the nursery into your very own office!
Making your way back to the front door of the home, don’t forget to check out that secret door on the first floor, which leads to the full basement. As you will find, the basement has been partially finished, with hi hat lighting installed into the high ceilings. The first room you will encounter—the finished portion—would be a great family room. The unfinished room which follows stores your laundry and utility areas.
Just a short walk off of Sunfield Avenue, you can access the local s55 bus, which can take you to points between Rossville and the Staten Island Mall. The x17 express bus also stops over here and can take you into Lower or Midtown Manhattan. Not much further away, you can take a walk or drive to the corner of Arthur Kill Road and Richmond Avenue, where you’ll find the Eltingville Transit Center. If you’d rather drive to your destinations, the Korean War Veterans Parkway is just a short drive from the home, while the West Shore Expressway is a bit further, to the northwest.