Real Estate

Turpin Realtors | 174 Noe Ave, Chatham Twp

Posted October 14, 2019 By Christina McGeough/Tracy Ness

Listing Stats

A Stunning Colonial An iconic Chatham Township home

A remarkable Township home, this five bedroom Colonial brims with curb appeal. Combining sophistication and comfortable elegance, spacious rooms are enhanced by abundant windows, gleaming hardwood floors, fine architectural features and designer touches throughout. Set on 1.3+ acres of professionally landscaped property, the surroundings feature tall privacy trees, sweeping lawns and established plantings.

The grand entrance includes a covered entry and stone patio. Inside, the vestibule with guest closet introduces the layout beginning with the foyer fitted with exquisite molding details. An arched doorway leads to the family room with a stunning stone fireplace flanked by built-ins, a wet bar and three sets of French doors opening to the front patio. Opposite this inviting space, the well-appointed formal living and dining rooms offer great flow for noteworthy entertaining. Perfectly situated off the living room is the sun room with outdoor access.


The sparkling white kitchen contains custom cabinetry, Carrara marble counters, professional-grade appliances and a sun-filled breakfast area overlooking the grounds. Conveniently located nearby are the mud room, rear foyer and powder room.

Five generously-sized bedrooms on the second floor include the master suite with a lavish en suite bath and expansive walk-in closet. Two additional full baths serve the secondary bedrooms. The laundry and an office/study area complete this level. The lower level presents additional space in a recreation room, ample storage options and a powder room.

This fine home is situated on a premier Township street in an established neighborhood. Take advantage of all this location has to offer including close proximity to top-rated schools, downtown shopping, excellent restaurants and Midtown Direct trains to New York City.

For more information contact Christian McGeough 201.400.9844 or Tracy Ness 973.979.2716

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