33 Oxford Road is a six-bedroom, 4.5-bath Colonial in a coveted neighborhood of Longmeadow. Listed at $750,000, the home has caught plenty of attention online for its colorful interiors. But behind the bright green carpeting and mirrored dressing room is a meticulously crafted home that the sellers lived in for nearly 50 years.
Set back from the street with a flat, grassy front yard, the brick house, which measures 5,088 square feet, was built in 1935 in a prime location close to the center of town. Step inside the grand foyer and continue on into the living room, referred to as the “jungle room.” It features large windows and one of three wood-burning fireplaces in the home.
The exquisite great room has some of the most unique features of the home, including a fieldstone fireplace the owner reclaimed and placed by hand, sliding each stone through the basement windows. It’s topped with brass, and the remaining brass pieces were inlaid into the extensive millwork in the beamed ceiling. There’s also the “gentlemen’s den,” featuring walls padded with foam wrapped in rolls of chocolate brown leather.
The spacious kitchen has double ovens and a cozy dining area. It’s also home to the property’s second staircase, which leads upstairs to what was once maid’s quarters. There’s also a formal dining room with beautiful wainscoting.
Upstairs, the spacious primary bedroom has its own dressing room featuring mirrored glass and built-in cabinetry. There’s also a walk-up attic with hardwood floors.
The finished basement, which brings the full square footage to nearly 7,000 square feet, includes a temperature-controlled wine cellar with a tasting counter and a billiards room with a brick fireplace. Additional features include heated gutters and custom ironwork.
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