215 Blooming Leaf Way Verona

Blooming Leaf Way may have a Verona address, but its location just past Blackhawk Church off Mineral Point Road has Madison (or Middleton) written all over it.  In fact, this Veridian Homes development is in the Madison Metropolitan School District and close to Madison restaurants and shopping. The perfect place to raise a family.

And 215 Blooming Leaf Way is a great place to do just that.  Built in 2016, this is its first time on the market.  It offers 2,864 square feet of total finished space – with 1,708 of that on the main level.

The colonial architecture offers both charm and curb appeal with a wide front porch (which wraps around to the side) and white colonial columns.  There’s plenty of room to make it your own – with a few potted plants or a couple of chairs where you can sit to enjoy your morning coffee or the evening sunset.  The no-maintenance gray siding is smartly accented with
black shutters.  A front yard boulder wall with plantings continues around the side of the house, creating a fresh and finished landscaping look.

Step inside and the first thing you’ll notice is the open and inviting floor plan.  Everything has been freshly painted and the 2 windows above the stairs leading to the lower level, bathe the front entry in natural sunlight.  And on the right, there’s a convenient double-door coat closet.215 Blooming Leaf Way - Great Room

Straight ahead, you’ll see the warm and spacious great room.  There’s a large window overlooking a side deck, plenty of room for your furniture and a mounted TV.  Attractive wood-look LVP flooring, throughout most of the main level, makes for easy care.

Just beyond the great room, there’s a nice-sized informal dining area just off the kitchen.  Sliding doors lead to a patio where you can conveniently grill, eat outdoors, or just enjoy a tall drink in the nice weather.  Inside, the informal dining easily fits a table and chairs big enough for a family.

215 Blooming Leaf Way - KitchenBut if you prefer an even more casual place for breakfast, snacks, or just doing homework, look no further than the oversized island to your right – in the large open kitchen.  The highlight of the room, this granite-topped breakfast bar offers plenty of seating space for 4.  There’s a pantry, dark wood cabinetry, granite counters, soft-close doors and cupboards, and Whirlpool appliances, including a 5-burner gas stovetop.

Behind the kitchen is an oversized mudroom/laundry room which leads to the garage.  Tiled in vinyl squares, the room holds an LG washer and dryer as well as shelving and hanging rods where you can air dry your laundry.  Or… take advantage of the rods to hang some coats – to quickly grab on your way out the back door.

This room leads to a large 2-car garage which opens to a back alley for easy access.  The driveway is short, making for easy shoveling in Wisconsin winters!

Back inside, you’ll find 3 bedrooms on the main floor.  The owner’s suite sits behind the informal dining.  This is a delightful room with corner 215 Blooming Leaf Way - Owners Suitewindows on two sides, letting in lots of natural light.  Soft carpeting adds to the warm and cozy feel of the room.  Just off the bedroom is an attached bathroom with a tiled floor.  You’ll find a double sink with Corian countertops separated by a built-in cabinet with drawers.  It can be used to hold your bathroom essentials or as extra dresser space. The walk-in shower has glass doors and built-in shelving for your shower necessities.

The toilet is private, with its own door.  And just off the bathroom is a large walk-in closet with built-in shelving and hanging rods.

Walking back towards the front of the house, take a turn down the hallway just before reaching the front entry.  There’s a hall linen closet and a family/guest bathroom with a Formica countertop, drop-in sink, and oversized tub.

Two other bedrooms are down this hallway.  One has southside windows letting in lots of light and a large 2-panel double-door closet.  The other faces west and features the same large closet.

And If you’re thinking you’ve seen everything now, just wait.  You don’t want to miss the lower level. It’s well worth a trip down the carpeted stairs to discover this amazing space.

At the bottom of the stairs you’ll find a completely finished area added after the house was built.  This huge space opens to a large family room with a big screen TV mounted above a cozy electric fireplace surrounded in marble stone.  Plush carpeting covers the lower-level floor.  This room couldn’t be cozier if it tried!  It’s a great space to watch TV or just hang out with the family.215 Blooming Leaf Way - Lower Level Family Room

This level is also the perfect place to entertain, with a serving bar along one wall, backed with the same marble stonework.  Floating shelves are both functional and decorative.  A quartz counter and farm sink with a unique bronze faucet add a touch of class and charm.  The bar also conveniently houses a 2-temperature NewAir wine and beverage fridge.

In keeping with the open concept floor plan, the family room opens to a sitting room/library area with built-in bookshelves.  Against the far wall a custom barn door opens to a large room with LVP flooring.  This is the perfect space for a workout room or craft room.  And as a bonus, one entire wall holds 2 double-doored storage closets, providing an abundance of storage – all behind closed doors!

215 Blooming Leaf Way - Lower Level Wet BarBack to the sitting area do you remember those beautiful built-in bookshelves?  Well, there’s more to them than meets the eye.  A gentle push moves the shelving – which then swings open to the reveal a large mechanical and storage room.

Moving back toward the staircase, another open space on your left is perfect for an office or den.

There’s another closet with shelves in this room – and if you haven’t realized it by now, this house seems to have no limit to options when it comes to storage!9Just off this space, another custom barn door leads to a tiled lower level bathroom with quartz countertop and a shower with glass door.  There’s also an undermount sink and linen closet in this bathroom.

Additional features include a Ring doorbell and an ADT security system.

And then there’s the location.  Sugar Maple Park is just around the corner.  Here the kids can climb on the playground equipment, play a pick-up game of hoops on the basketball court, or use the open fields for a game of soccer, touch football or whatever suits their fancy.  Families tend to gather here — and many enjoy getting together for movies in the summer months.

There’s an abundance of restaurants, churches, schools, and shopping options right here on the westside – and the nearby Beltline can get you to the other side of town and beyond in just minutes.

Blooming Leaf Way may have a Verona address, but its location just past Blackhawk Church off Mineral Point Road has Madison (or Middleton) written all over it.  In fact, this Veridian Homes development is in the Madison Metropolitan School District and close to Madison restaurants and shopping. The perfect place to raise a family.

And 215 Blooming Leaf Way is a great place to do just that.  Built in 2016, this is its first time on the market.  It offers 2,864 square feet of total finished space – with 1,708 of that on the main level.

The colonial architecture offers both charm and curb appeal with a wide front porch (which wraps around to the side) and white colonial columns.  There’s plenty of room to make it your own – with a few potted plants or a couple of chairs where you can sit to enjoy your morning coffee or the evening sunset.  The no-maintenance gray siding is smartly accented with
black shutters.  A front yard boulder wall with plantings continues around the side of the house, creating a fresh and finished landscaping look.

Step inside and the first thing you’ll notice is the open and inviting floor plan.  Everything has been freshly painted and the 2 windows above the stairs leading to the lower level, bathe the front entry in natural sunlight.  And on the right, there’s a convenient double-door coat closet.

Straight ahead, you’ll see the warm and spacious great room.  There’s a large window overlooking a side deck, plenty of room for your furniture and a mounted TV.  Attractive wood-look LVP flooring, throughout most of the main level, makes for easy care.

Just beyond the great room, there’s a nice-sized informal dining area just off the kitchen.  Sliding doors lead to a patio where you can conveniently grill, eat outdoors, or just enjoy a tall drink in the nice weather.  Inside, the informal dining easily fits a table and chairs big enough for a family.

But if you prefer an even more casual place for breakfast, snacks, or just doing homework, look no further than the oversized island to your right – in the large open kitchen.  The highlight of the room, this granite-topped breakfast bar offers plenty of seating space for 4.  There’s a pantry, dark wood cabinetry, granite counters, soft-close doors and cupboards, and Whirlpool appliances, including a 5-burner gas stovetop.

Behind the kitchen is an oversized mudroom/laundry room which leads to the garage.  Tiled in vinyl squares, the room holds an LG washer and dryer as well as shelving and hanging rods where you can air dry your laundry.  Or… take advantage of the rods to hang some coats – to quickly grab on your way out the back door.

This room leads to a large 2-car garage which opens to a back alley for easy access.  The driveway is short, making for easy shoveling in Wisconsin winters!

Back inside, you’ll find 3 bedrooms on the main floor.  The owner’s suite sits behind the informal dining.  This is a delightful room with corner windows on two sides, letting in lots of natural light.  Soft carpeting adds to the warm and cozy feel of the room.  Just off the bedroom is an attached bathroom with a tiled floor.  You’ll find a double sink with Corian countertops separated by a built-in cabinet with drawers.  It can be used to hold your bathroom essentials or as extra dresser space. The walk-in shower has glass doors and built-in shelving for your shower necessities.

The toilet is private, with its own door.  And just off the bathroom is a large walk-in closet with built-in shelving and hanging rods.
Walking back towards the front of the house, take a turn down the hallway just before reaching the front entry.  There’s a hall linen closet and a family/guest bathroom with a Formica countertop, drop-in sink, and oversized tub.

Two other bedrooms are down this hallway.  One has southside windows letting in lots of light and a large 2-panel double-door closet.  The other faces west and features the same large closet.

And If you’re thinking you’ve seen everything now, just wait.  You don’t want to miss the lower level. It’s well worth a trip down the carpeted stairs to discover this amazing space.

At the bottom of the stairs you’ll find a completely finished area added after the house was built.  This huge space opens to a large family room with a big screen TV mounted above a cozy electric fireplace surrounded in marble stone.  Plush carpeting covers the lower-level floor.  This room couldn’t be cozier if it tried!  It’s a great space to watch TV or just hang out with the family.

This level is also the perfect place to entertain, with a serving bar along one wall, backed with the same marble stonework.  Floating shelves are both functional and decorative.  A quartz counter and farm sink with a unique bronze faucet add a touch of class and charm.  The bar also conveniently houses a 2-temperature NewAir wine and beverage fridge.

In keeping with the open concept floor plan, the family room opens to a sitting room/library area with built-in bookshelves.  Against the far wall a custom barn door opens to a large room with LVP flooring.  This is the perfect space for a workout room or craft room.  And as a bonus, one entire wall holds 2 double-doored storage closets, providing an abundance of storage – all behind closed doors!

Back to the sitting area do you remember those beautiful built-in bookshelves?  Well, there’s more to them than meets the eye.  A gentle push moves the shelving – which then swings open to the reveal a large mechanical and storage room.

Moving back toward the staircase, another open space on your left is perfect for an office or den.

There’s another closet with shelves in this room – and if you haven’t realized it by now, this house seems to have no limit to options when it comes to storage!9

Just off this space, another custom barn door leads to a tiled lower level bathroom with quartz countertop and a shower with glass door.  There’s also an undermount sink and linen closet in this bathroom.

Additional features include a Ring doorbell and an ADT security system.

And then there’s the location.  Sugar Maple Park is just around the corner.  Here the kids can climb on the playground equipment, play a pick-up game of hoops on the basketball court, or use the open fields for a game of soccer, touch football or whatever suits their fancy.  Families tend to gather here — and many enjoy getting together for movies in the summer months.

There’s an abundance of restaurants, churches, schools, and shopping options right here on the westside – and the nearby Beltline can get you to the other side of town and beyond in just minutes.