754 Klondike Avenue is a Bright & Spacious Heartland Village Home On The Market

Located in one of Staten Island’s most popular neighborhoods, sits a breathtaking one family detached home. This Heartland Village home may appear average at first glance, yet, the inside of this home is non-dismissable!

754 Klondike Avenue is a colonial home with four bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Upon arrival, you can take notice of the beautiful exterior. The half stone and half vinyl siding are accompanied by a built-in garage. This property can fit two parked cars, but there is also plenty of on-street parking as well!

Entering into the home, step on the granite styled tiled flooring that leads to the hardwood flooring. There are heated floors throughout the home! The entryway has a large coat closet.

The living room, with hardwood floors, has tall ceilings and an ideal bow window that allows in a strong amount of natural sunlight. Separate to the living room is the dining room. However, the kitchen is one of the grander highlights of this home!

This extra large eat-in kitchen has tiled floors that go with the beautiful cabinets so perfectly. The brownish, tan, and white tones continue to the granite countertops that also feature a mosaic tile backsplash. The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances: refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher. There is also a large eat-in space in the kitchen, as well as sliding doors that lead to the backyard.

The gorgeous backyard has natural paved stone throughout. There is a travertine tile patio, which stays cool, even during the hot summer days! The no maintenance deck is paired with a saltwater heated pool. This backyard is completely ready for the approaching summer days!

With all the first floor has to offer, it also gains access to the one-car garage. 

Walking up to the second floor, you will be able to find all four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom suite is sweeping with glossy hardwood floors and two closets, making them ideal to be turned into his-and-her closets. There is also a ¾ bathroom in this suite that is fully tiled with a custom vanity.

The other three bedrooms also have hardwood floors, their own double door closets, and are perfect sized to fit full-sized bedroom sets. The full bathroom on the second floor is fully tiled with a custom vanity that has a glass-style countertop. You will never have to fear about running out of hot water, as for because this home has a tankless hot water heater.

No home is complete without a fully finished basement! The wooden accents continue to the lower section of the home as it contains hardwood floors and wood doors for the many closets that are down there. There is also a laundry room and ¾ bathroom that can be found in the basement.

Heartland Village is one of the most popular Staten Island neighborhoods because it is very close to some of the island’s most notable shopping destinations, such as the Staten Island Mall. Other notable things that surround this neighborhood is parks, schools, and transportation options. The home is encircled by some of Staten Island’s well-known parks: Willowbrook Park, Freshkills Park, and LaTourette Park & Golf Course. There are various schools in this area that cater to all grade levels: P.S.54, P.S.69, I.S.72,  Space Shuttle Columbia School, Marsh Avenue School for Expeditionary Learning, CSI High School for International Studies, Jewish Foundation School Early Learning Center, Mesivta Kesser Yisroel of Willowbrook, and Rabbi Jacob Joseph School. The College of Staten Island is also seven to eleven minutes from 754 Klondike Avenue. Finally, you can catch many different buses provided by the MTA, just blocks away from the home: S44, S59, S61, S89, S91, X17C, and X17J.

For more information on this listing, or other Real Estate listings on Staten Island, you can contact a licensed Realtor with RealEstateSINY.com: (718) 966-9669.

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