They’ve put a lot of work into their charming Cape Cod house in Springfield, but Edyta and Patrick Davitt after three years are looking for more acreage, writes Paul Jablow for The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Not that they weren’t happy at their location, with safe runs through the neighborhood at night, walks to the library and enjoyable local eateries.
The Connecticut transplants worked on their three bedroom, 1-1/2-bath house, redoing the kitchen, adding closets and a living room.
Edyta is an interior designer. Patrick is a professor of nutrition at the University of the Sciences.
“It was very quaint, and it needed work, but we saw a lot of potential,” Edyta says. “And we love the community.”
In the expanded kitchen you’ll now find white Shaker-style cabinets, quartzite countertops, a tile backsplash, a built-in microwave drawer, double ovens, and a gas range with vent hood.
The family room opens to the kitchen. There’s a wine fridge and a large seating area with windows looking into the back yard.
First floor bedroom barn doors lead to a large walk-in closet. Two more bedrooms are upstairs.
A finished den/playroom is in the basement.
The house is available for $399,500.
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