Real Estate

Sunnyviews with updated renovations

Posted June 4, 2019 By Stephanie C. Zecca

Listing Stats

Newly renovated raised ranch in Mountainside, a town hailed as NJ Monthly’s top 12 Best Towns to live. This 4 BR home with 3.5 br is perfect for growing families or even multi-generational families with its 2 Master Suites: all on 1st level. 
Eat-in Kitchen and DR are remodeled w/ all stainless steel appliances. Separate Master suite w/ custom SPA & optional built-in closet or study room/nursery. 

Finished basement boasts a large Family or Rec room including a full kitchen & wet bar, separate office utility room, plenty of storage, & laundry room with washer/dryer included. 

Perfect location for busy professionals with access to 2 local train stations and a bus line to NYC. 

There is an entrance to a 2-car garage and freshly painted outdoor patio deck & gazebo w/ bistro lights for endless entertaining overlooking views of the Watchung Mountains. 

Every detail carefully selected & quality crafted; close to downtown Westfield & NYC Transportation. 
Taxes are $11,781.00

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