Description: Newly updated, this move-in-ready, 3 bedroom, 1 bath Cape home sits on a level quarter acre in a quiet family neighborhood. Just a short commute to the University of Connecticut and Eastern Connecticut State University, this South (of the Frog Bridge) location is convenient to nearby restaurants, theaters and shopping. Charming and bright, this turn-key property has been completely renovated with a new roof, recently updated electric, refinished hardwood flooring, a brand new kitchen with high end appliances and completely renovated bath. The boiler is less than ten years old and has been fully serviced including the installation of a new chimney liner and cap. The home includes a double wide driveway with 2 car garage, attached storage shed and white picket fence out front. 

Referred to as "The Acorn Cottage", this home is part of  "The Oaks" a historic Victorian era housing development built by The Willimantic Linen Company (now American Thread) for it's skilled workers and their families. The nearby Windham Senior Center was originally built as a school for the neighborhood's children. "The Oaks" is situated on two peaceful, no-outlet streets, and still boasts the beautiful canopy of oak and maple trees planted there more than a century ago.

Facts:
Type: Single Family
Style: Cape Cod
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 1
Total rooms: 6
# Stories: 2 
Sq ft: 1,178
Lot: 0.25 acres
Year built: 1885
Parking: 2 Car Garage
Heating: Oil, Forced Air
Cooling: Window Unit

Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Appliances included: New Electrolux counter-depth, French door, stainless refrigerator/freezer with ice maker, new Kenmore electric range and microwave, new Electrolux dishwasher with stainless exterior and tub, stackable washer and dryer.
Basement: Concrete floor with hatchway
Cable ready: Yes
Exterior material: Vinyl
Roof type: Asphalt (New)
Floor covering: Hardwood, Tile

Taxes: $2,269
Last remodel year: 2015
"The Oaks" Neighborhood
Aerial View of "The Oaks" when 38 Crescent Street had no neighbors.
The Senior Center, originally a neighborhood school.