Real Estate

70 Baltusrol Rd, Summit NJ: $499,990

Posted March 2, 2018 By Lois Schneider Realtor

Listing Stats

Enjoy easy living in this sun-filled Ranch home, featuring an open floor plan, with three bedrooms and two full baths, all on one floor.

An inviting living room/dining area off the entry vestibule is bright and airy, with hardwood floors and a large picture window that takes in lofty front views. The eat-in kitchen has warm oak cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, along with patio access from the breakfast area for extended outdoor dining. A family room off the kitchen opens to the rear yard and patio framed with stone and brick knee walls that offer privacy.

The bedrooms include double closets and hardwood floors. The master suite enjoys an adjoining skylit master bath with tub and separate shower, while another full bath with skylight and shower serves two of the bedrooms. 

There's lots of space on the lower level for a recreation room, with plenty of closets, a large pantry and storage room, a half bath with natural light, and a laundry/utility room, plus direct access from the oversized attached one-car garage. Attractive extras include central air conditioning and new windows throughout the home.

Conveniently located near downtown and a short walk to Jefferson Primary Center, Jefferson Elementary, Summit Family Aquatic Center and Jefferson School Field, this home is a wonderful Summit value.

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