There are a lot of pretty houses in the quiet neighborhoods of North Walpole, and it’s a pleasure to tour them when they come up for sale. The colonial at 11 Foxhunt Trail is a prime example. Beautifully landscaped and finished, the home has 11 rooms, loads of closet space and many recent upgrades.

The four-bedroom, three-bath home, built in 1990, has nearly 3,800 square feet of finished living space, plus an additional 800 square feet of living space in the basement. The house sits on 0.93 acres of land and listed by Julie Luciano-Stern of Real Living Realty Group for $899,000.

The main entry door has two sidelights and leads inside to a spacious foyer with a second-story window. The quarter-turn stairs to the upper level are straight ahead. The hardwood flooring here runs through much of this level.

To the left of the foyer is a library with crown molding, two built-ins, and a fireplace with a tile hearth and surround. To the right of the foyer is the formal living room, finished with crown molding and a bump out with three windows. This room has a wide entry to the formal dining room, which has a bump-out of its own as well as crown molding, a chair rail, and an ornate center light fixture.

The kitchen features light wooden cabinetry, granite counters, a tile backsplash, large floor tiles, recessed lights and crown molding. The island has seating for two, and a breakfast bar has seating for four. The appliances are stainless. A dedicated pantry keeps ingredients handy.

The family room in the rear of this level has a sloped ceiling, a ceiling fan, a white brick fireplace and wall-to-wall carpeting. Four skylights and many windows bathe the room in sunlight. An overlook from the upper level adds to the room’s open feel. Doors here lead to the rear deck and yard.

The home’s laundry center is off the kitchen and has matching cabinetry. A mudroom with a bench and two closets has doors to both the deck and the three-car garage. A powder room completes this level.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and two full baths. The master bedroom has two walk-in closets and a vaulted ceiling with a fan. The master bath is tiled and has a dual vanity and a large tiled shower with glass doors. Two of the remaining three bedrooms have two closets each, while the third has a single closet. The community bath has a dual vanity and a tub/shower. The walk-up attic is unfinished and provides a huge amount of space for either future finishing or handy storage.

The basement has a few distinctive rooms. One is a wine cellar with a temperature stabilizer and custom storage for hundreds of bottles, and another is a custom exercise room with several wall mirrors and cushy flooring. A media room with several closets opens into a game room separated by two hip-height walls and a center open doorway. The unfinished space has plenty of room for dry storage and contains the home’s mechanicals.

The house is finished in tan clapboard with white trim. The circular driveway can fit six vehicles with ease. A brick walkway connects the driveway with the bluestone front steps and two-column main entry portico. Well-tended foundation plantings circle the home, and the large front lawn offers plenty of space to play.

In the rear yard, an in-ground gunite pool, heated by propane, has wide concrete decking with pleasing curves. A storage shed with a ramp houses the heater along with the pool and maintenance equipment. The rear Trex deck and a bluestone patio ringed with brick provide a large relaxation and entertaining space, while a stone wall, mature trees and shrubs, and perennials provide the view.

The property is serviced by town water and town sewer. The recently upgraded sprinkler system uses well water. There are five zones of baseboard heating via oil and one zone of central air.

This peaceful neighborhood is in the Fisher and Johnson school districts.

For more information on this classy colonial, contact Julie Luciano-Stern of Real Living Realty Group at 774-571-3354.