This sparkling residence, with 6 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths and modern updates throughout, is situated on an oversized lot on a dead-end street in the Angier School district. The elegant and welcoming foyer leads to a living room with a fireplace, a dining room with cathedral ceiling, and a renovated kitchen with handsome stone countertops and upgraded appliances. An office, a half-bathroom, and a master bedroom with a full bathroom complete the 1st level. Large deck overlooks a large flat backyard that abuts the Sudbury Aqueduct. The 2nd level is comprised of a 2nd master bedroom with a bathroom and a walk-in closet, a large open hallway with a sitting or study area, 3 additional bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a walk-up to the versatile and expansive 3rd level with vaulted ceilings and skylights. The 3rd floor serves as an oversized bedroom that includes a full bathroom w/walk-in closet and an office or family room. Full basement with a playroom that can serve as an au pair suite with access to the garage.
Debby Belt, a native Bostonian, well-known for her responsiveness and perseverance, will zealously represent your interests to create the best financial outcome possible.
Debby, a skilled and savvy negotiator, has a strong marketing background and an extensive network with a strong knowledge of the metro Boston area, has been successful representing clients both buying or selling homes in the most competitive environments and will work with you to meet your particular selling and/or purchasing objectives.
Before selling real estate, Debby worked in human resources, marketing and public relations for many years for an international consulting firm and then a wealth management company. Debby is involved as a volunteer in her community and was formerly the PTO president of the Angier School and she is currently the Development Chair of Understanding Our Differences.
She has a Bachelor's and a Master's degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. Debby grew up in Newton and Weston and has also lived in Beacon Hill and Brookline; she currently lives in the Waban Village of Newton with her husband and three daughters.