Open House - 70 Marion Avenue, New Providence, NJ

THIS IS A MUST SEE!  Rare opportunity to own a newly renovated 2-family home on a quiet street in New Providence.  Blocks from transportation to NYC, shopping and excellent schools, this home has great income potential.  Updated kitchens, baths, refinished floors and new windows.  Each unit has a washer & dryer or combo, separate storage in basement and 2-car tandem parking.  Large back yard is great for entertaining.  A 2-family home in this condition, at this price point, is truly a rare find in New Providence.  $580,000

Contact Information
  1. Maryann Cantor
  2. 908-337-4888
  3. maryann.cantor@bhhsnj.com
Sat, October 07
12:00 pm — 2:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/07/2017 12:00pm 10/07/2017 2:00pm America/New_York Open House - 70 Marion Avenue, New Providence, NJ

THIS IS A MUST SEE! Rare opportunity to own a newly renovated 2-family home on a quiet street in New Providence. Blocks from transportation to NYC, shopping and excellent schools, this home has great income potential. Updated kitchens, baths, refinished floors and new windows. Each unit has a washer & dryer or combo, separate storage in basement and 2-car tandem parking. Large back yard ...

70 Marion Avenue New Providence, NJ 07974

70 Marion Avenue
New Providence, NJ 07974

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This edition features New Providence Dentistry, operated by Dr. Beth Herko and her staff of ...

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