Real Estate

Cranford Real Estate for Sale

Posted December 11, 2018 By Anthony Dagostino

Listing Stats
  • Address: 35 Munsee Drive
  • City: Cranford
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07016
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Lot size: 60x132x82x132
  • Price: $659,900
  • MLS Number: 3509782
  • Realtor name: Mary Dagostino
  • Phone: 848-219-4117
  • Realtor Email: marydago@hotmail.com
  • Agency Name: ERA Village Green Realtors
  • Agency Phone: 732-381-7477

Unique all stone home located in desirable Osceola Section with private setting adjacent to Mohawk Park recreational area. Current owner has invested in many quality features and upgrades in this home. Newer multi-zone gas heat including heated full clean basement. Multi zone air conditioning.

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