Real Estate

Listing Stats
  • Address: 9 Locust Street
  • City: Morristown
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07960
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Lot size:
  • Price: $0
  • Closing Price: $420,000
  • MLS Number: 3371483
  • Realtor name: Ronda Marie Tolliver
  • Phone: 973-867-7776
  • Realtor Email: Ronda@TolliverRealtyGroup.com
  • Realtor Website: http://www.tolliverrealtygroup.com
  • Agency Name: Tolliver Realty Group
  • Agency Phone: 973-867-7776

This lovingly restored, luxuriously renovated home dates back to 1863 with original details throughout. Chestnut molding,  wide plank flooring, floor-to-ceiling windows. Flexible layout makes for two upstairs bedrooms and two baths.One a spa bathroom with two person shower and oil-rubbed bronze throughout one boasting a clawfoot tub and custom tile. Use the downstairs play room/entertainment space as an additional master or in-law suite. Liveable details abound mud room, laundry room, private office in this sun-strewn home. Quaint, eat-in kitchen opens onto a deck overlooking your double fenced lot with a sledding hill, hundred year old trees, raised beds, and multiple areas for gardening. New HVAC installed in 2017!

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Chatham Borough Administrator Falzarano Leaving to Take Job in Harding Township; Special Meeting Monday

April 27, 2017

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Borough Administrator Robert Falzarano is leaving to take the administrator's position in Harding Township.

"I accepted the position in Harding Township today (Wednesday)," Falzrano said when reached by phone. "I'm leaving Chatham on a very positive note. I've been working for the borough for 16 years and I'm at the point in my ...

False Teeth: Suspect Charged with Operating Illegal Dentist Practice

April 28, 2017

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Morris Educational Foundation Parent Education Program: Is Emotional Intelligence the Key to Your Child's Success?

April 25, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris Educational Foundation is pleased to announce Part 2 of its 2016-17 Parent Education Series:A Two Event Program:  Is Emotional Intelligence the Key to Success? The program will take place at the Morristown High School Auditorium, 50 Early Street in Morristown

On Tuesday, May 2nd at 7pm, Dr. Maurice Elias, Director of the Social-Emotional Learning Lab at ...

Morristown Residents Can Receive 5 Free Tree Seedlings Saturday

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign, a partnership including the New Jersey State Forest Service and the non-profit Arbor Day Foundation, is providing 112,000 free tree seedlings to state residents in 128 municipal distribution locations statewide, including 11 in Morris County, state Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin has ...

Women's Association for Morristown Medical Center Hosts First Members Day at Mansion in May 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ - This May 4 will be a special day for members of the Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center (WAMMC). All members have been invited to spend the day at Alnwick Hall – The Abbey, the site of WAMMC’s 18th Mansion in May premier fundraising event which is open from May 1 to May 31, 2017. Members who purchase a ticket to tour The Abbey ...

Engineering Explorations STEM Camp Extends Hours for its Return to Madison This Summer

April 26, 2017

MADISON, NJ—Engineering Explorations day camp will return July 10 through 28 to Madison High School on 170 Ridgedale Ave. for a second year, now with a full-day option, after receiving positive feedback from both parents and campers.

An extended session, which will allow children an extra two hours of camp time between 3:15 and 5:15 p.m., is now available for an extra charge as part of ...

ESL Classes Offered in Morristown

RANDOLPH, NJ — County College of Morris (CCM) will be offering English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) classes this spring at Morristown High School and its Randolph campus. The instructor-led classes, which begin April 24, focus on learning the grammar and obtaining the vocabulary needed to live and work successfully in American society.

ESL beginner, intermediate and ...

"WWI, the United States, and the World" Presented by Dr. James Carter at the Morris County Historical Society

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Join Dr. James Carter, Associate Professor of History at Drew University and Department Chair, when he presents WWI, the United States, and the World on Monday, April 24 at 6 p.m. at the Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall. Dr. Carter will discuss World War I from a global perspective, and how U.S. foreign policy shifted in the world after the Great War.  This ...

Live Sheep Shearing at Cooper Gristmil

April 21, 2017

Visit the lambs as the ewes get a spring-time hair (fleece) cut

MORRISTOWN, NJ. After a long winter, the sheep are looking forward to trading in their warm wool coat for something more lightweight and breathable. Join the skilled sheep shearer at ‘Born to Be Shorn,’ and watch the annual hand-shearing of sheep.

On Saturday, May 13, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., visit the ...

Legendary American Hero, Former Astronaut James Lovell, to be Guest Speaker at Boy Scouts of America Breakfast in April

 

CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ – April 13, 2017 – The Patriots’ Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America announced that Captain James A. Lovell – commander of the Apollo 13 mission, which in April 1970, suffered a nearly catastrophic failure en route to the Moon – will be the keynote speaker at its first Stars and Stripes Breakfast, scheduled for Tuesday, April 18th at ...

$3000 raised to benefit Morristown Pediatric Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Randolph, NJ– The Kiwanis Club of Randolph Township hosted a Tricky Tray in honor of Robert “RJ” Nelson III during one of their signature events, the Morristown CraftMarket. “RJ” was born 13 1/2 weeks premature and fought hard to live and thrive for 82 days (April 6, 2016 - June 27, 2016).

By hosting the Tricky Tray, the Randolph Kiwanis seeks to put the spotlight ...

Eighth Grader From Morristown's Peck School Nominated as Outstanding Piano Player by MPAC

April 24, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Eighth grader, Ella Huang from The Peck School was among the students honored by the Mayo Performing Arts Center as music students of the month. Students from Madison, Parsippany, Florham Park, Chester, Chatham, Oak Ridge, Kinnelon and Randolph were recognized for their achievement as Outstanding Piano Players; prior to the Thursday, April 20 performance by the Joey ...

A Floating Classroom? The Lake Hopatcong Foundation Hopes So; Seeks Grant to Create Floating Aquatic Classroom

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - Learning is the act or experience of one that  learns and knowledge or skill acquired by instruction or study, according to the definition of learning by Merriam-Webster. The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is looking to help students learn with a floating classroom. The floating classroom would be a 40- foot, custom built covered pontoon boat. 

After spending time ...

Hop On Over Hillside Hose's Easter Egg Hunt

MORRIS TOWNSHIP-  Grab your family and hop on over to Hillside Hose Co. No.1's annual Egg hunt on Saturday April 15 at 2pm. 

The Egg Hunt is divided by age group: infants and toddlers, elementary school-age, and older kids.

After the hunt, kids to learn about the fire trucks and ask questions. T-shirts, hats, and sweatshirts benefiting the volunteer ...

The Whole Town's Talking by Fannie Flagg

The Whole Town's Talking by Fannie Flagg (Random House, 2016)

 

What happens to us when we die? Does everything stop and our bodies just turn to dust? Or do our souls continue to exist in some ethereal form? Are we able to see what happens to our loved ones; are we reunited with those who have gone before us? This is just one of several intriguing themes that the delightful Fannie ...

Election Sloganeering

April 24, 2017

November seems like a long way off, but is it possible to at least hear more substantive ideas instead of recycling campaign rhetoric? Presenting a litany of a city's or state's problems (and virtues) without offering any real solutions, improvements or original ideas is somewhat embarrassing. "Keep our schools great." What does that mean?

"We need to keep taxes ...

Take Your Child to Work Day: Viventium Edition

April 27, 2017

Kids say the funniest things, don’t they?  In honor of Take Your Child to Work Day, we asked some of our employees’ kids about Viventium, human capital management, and what it’s like to work in an office. We were hoping they might have some good payroll and HR insights…and we were not disappointed with their answers!  Check out what our kids had to say about the ...

Illegal Dumping, Narcotics and Medical Emergencies Top This Weeks Police Blotter

April 24, 2017

4/16/17: ILLEGAL DUMPING: Officers were dispatched to Patriots' Path in Morristown on a report of debris discarded in the area. Incident turned over to the Detective Bureau for investigation.

4/17/17: MEDICAL EMERGENCY: Officers were dispatched to Central Park in Parsippany on a report of a 9-year-old male with a laceration. E.M.S. also responded.

4/17/17: SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: Officers ...

JCP&L Harvest for Hunger Campaign Supports Interfaith Food Pantry

April 27, 2017

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Employees of Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) recently concluded a month-long annual Harvest for Hunger campaign and raised more than $38,000 and over 3,500 pounds of food.  The food and funds are being distributed to 15 food banks and pantries across JCP&L’s 13 county service area. Employees recently visited Interfaith Food Pantry to present a $6,000 ...