Real Estate

Customized Dream Home

Posted April 20, 2020 By Edwin Kalinka, Ed. D.

Listing Stats
  • Address: 56 Edgemere Road
  • City: Livingston
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07039
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3.1
  • Lot size: 77 x 215
  • Price: $919,000
  • MLS Number: 3619398
  • Listing URL: https://www.56Edgemereroad.com
  • Realtor name: Edwin Kalinka
  • Phone: 973-670-8338
  • Realtor Email: Kalinkateam@gmail.com
  • Realtor Website: https://www.kalinkateam.com
  • Agency Name: Keller Williams Metropolitan
  • Agency Phone: 973-670-8338

 Premier Location & Spectacular Home! Gorgeous - Open Floor Plan, Kitchen with enormous center island, quartz counters, and appliances. Functionality and Flexibility - Ideal for Home or Prof Office. Complemented by a series of skylights off the Kitchen and Dining area - the living area offers ample sunshine, open feel, and the perfect place to entertain. Here is the ideal home that provides the freedom to be entertaining and be part of it all the excitement. How the Living Room flows into the Dining area and custom Kitchen is seamlessly. Features and benefits include all hardwood floors, 9ft plus ceilings, Master Suite with WIC and Master Bath, Multi-zone heat and Central Air, 3.5 baths, Slider to Deck overlooking private, treed backyard.

For a virtual tour visit https://56edgemereroad.com

 

For more information, virtual and personal tours contact Edwin Kalinka, Ed.D. Broker Sales Associate,  Keller Williams Metropolitan 973-670-8338 cell

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