This charming Dutch Colonial two-story home at 13 Rosemount Avenue is set back on a 17,248 square foot lot, surrounded by pristine gardens and private woodlands, creating a private backyard setting perfect for relaxing and reconnecting with nature. This property was once part of original Andrew Downes Zoological and Botanical Gardens, which was the first zoo in North America. The zoo closed in 1868 when Downs was offered a job to set up a zoo at Central Park in New York City. The reputation of the original park was worldwide and lived on for decades after its closure, known for its ornamental trees, various specious of flowers, lush landscaping and of course a vast collection of wildlife.
Welcome home to 19 Aarons Way, a superb bungalow surrounded by nature and styled with hand-hewn ceiling beams, maple birch floors, a stone propane fireplace with a custom stone mantel, cathedral ceilings, and a high attention to detail in every room. The natural and modern elements that coincide in this residence create a very cozy and relaxing atmosphere – a perfect setting to live, work, create and entertain.
Welcome to Bryant Realty’s Blog Interview Series, an inside look at the incredible community of Bryant Realty. Read on to learn about this week’s guest, and Bryant Realty’s Agent, Paul MacNutt M.Ed + REALTOR®.
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