Real Estate

Weichert/Tunny - 13 Oak Hill Rd

Posted February 7, 2020 By

Listing Stats
  • Address: 13 Oak Hill Rd
  • City: Chatham
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07928
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5.0
  • Lot size: .58 Acres
  • Price: $1,699,000
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  • Realtor name: Weichert/Tunny
  • Phone: 201-532-0788
  • Realtor Email:
  • Agency Name: Weichert Realtors

Built by esteemed builder Rob Keller this center hall colonial is located in the coveted and prestigious Rolling Hill section of Chatham Township. This five bedroom, five baths, finished LL, gorgeous stone fireplace with River Stone, Ecobee thermostat system, and solar panels, are all prepared to close and move in the first week of the new year. Outside you have two living spaces with a deck and a patio with fireplace. Additionally, you have the finished turf playing area that will work with lacrosse, soccer and field hockey nets even in the deadest of winter. There is nothing left to do but move in! Brand New Price Point!! Best value in Rolling Hill!!

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