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Mary Weichert - 109 Fairmont Avenue

Posted April 24, 2020 By

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READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY IN ONE OF THE BEST SCHOOL SYSTEMS IN NEW JERSEY AND THE COUNTRY! COME AND PREVIEW IMMEDIATELY AS THIS FRESHLY PAINTED CHATHAM COLONIAL WILL NOT LAST IN THIS MARKET. FEATURING FIVE BEDROOMS ON THE SECOND FLOOR, THREE AND A HALF BATHS, FINISHED LOWER LEVEL, LIVING ROOM W/ FIREPLACE, FORMAL DINING ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN W/ BACK STAIRCASE, AND SCREENED PORCH OVERLOOKING A HUGE BACKYARD. LOCATED WITHIN STEPS TO WASHINGTON AVENUE ELEMENTARY, NYC MIDTOWN TRAIN AND DIRECT BUS SERVICE, AND ALL THE CHATHAM SHOPS.

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