Open House - 634 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ

Spacious home. Front to back Living Room with wood burning fireplace, Formal Dining Room, Eat-in Kitchen, Family Room with tongue & groove cedar wall & ceiling, bookcases, wood blinds, newer tilt Anderson windows, electric baseboard heat with separate thermostat, exposed beams, recessed lighting. Kitchen electric double ovens, gas cook top, floor 2 years old. Master Bedroom with new tile shower, fan with light, 2 double closets. 2 Bedrooms, Hall Bath with tub and shower. Walk up to 4th bedroom and sitting area, storage area, double closets and new carpet. Basement with Recreation Room, wood burning stone fireplace, new Powder Room and outside entrance to back yard. Hardwood floors except 4th bedroom. Interior & exterior freshly painted, power washed. Professionally landscaped. Commute to NYC Lakeland Bus stops at driveway! Listed at $995,000.

Contact Information
  1. Virginia Belson, Realtor
  2. 201-572-5061
  3. Virginia.Belson@bhhsnj.com
Sun, August 13
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 08/13/2017 1:00pm 08/13/2017 4:00pm America/New_York Open House - 634 Springfield Avenue, Summit, NJ

Spacious home. Front to back Living Room with wood burning fireplace, Formal Dining Room, Eat-in Kitchen, Family Room with tongue & groove cedar wall & ceiling, bookcases, wood blinds, newer tilt Anderson windows, electric baseboard heat with separate thermostat, exposed beams, recessed lighting. Kitchen electric double ovens, gas cook top, floor 2 years old. Master Bedroom with new tile ...

634 Springfield Avenue Summit, NJ 07901

634 Springfield Avenue
Summit, NJ 07901

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