A charming, three-story colonial house is listed for sale at 1 Thomas St. in Merrick.

Built in 1901, this home has historic charm and elegant features, as well as updated amenities. The exterior appears in pristine condition, and the roof is just two years old. Add the covered porch, white picket fence, and clean landscaping, and the property has some serious curb appeal.

Inside, the home has detailed, old-world features throughout, and a mix of hardwood, tile, and carpet flooring. The living room has exposed wood paneling and a fireplace.

Also on the first floor are the formal dining room, half bathroom, sunken den area, and an eat-in kitchen, which includes a light-filled breakfast nook, stainless steel appliances, and plenty of cabinets and counter space.

A second-level loft can be seen from the first floor, giving the living room a high ceiling, and could be used as a library or office space. The second floor also has three bedrooms and one full bathroom. The third floor houses the master suite’s bedroom and full bathroom.

The backyard has an above-ground pool surrounded by a deck and space for patio seating. The home’s partially finished basement has walk-out access. The single-family residence is located on a dead-end road in the North Merrick school district, in close proximity to the town’s entertainment and transportation.

The asking price is $635,000, not including the annual property tax of $16,235.

The real estate agents listed for the property are William James and Jon David Lenard, of Signature Premier Properties, who can be reached at 631-360-2800.

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