Real Estate

19 Homes Sold Last Week in Fanwood, Scotch Plains & Westfield

Fanwood, Scotch Plains & Westfield Homes
Maureen illanovsky, Realtor, 908-391-9295, , or visit

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- Nineteen homes sold last week in Fanwood, Scotch Plains & Westfield, according to Keller Williams Realty, Westfield.* The sale prices were:

  • 24 Stewart Pl, Fanwood, NJ $312,000
  • 120 Paterson Rd, Fanwood, NJ $549,000
  • 2310 Carol Pl, Scotch Plains, NJ $270,000
  • 9 Burnham Ct, Scotch Plains, NJ $305,000
  • 106 Donato Cir*, Scotch Plains, NJ $394,000
  • 1721 Cooper Rd, Scotch Plains, NJ $660,000
  • 7 Johnson St, Scotch Plains, NJ $670,000
  • 2030 Winding Brook Way, Scotch Plains, NJ $705,000
  • 1260 Sleepy Hollow Lane, Scotch Plains, NJ $825,000
  • 223 Scotch Plains Ave S, Westfield, NJ $510,259
  • 312 N Chestnut St, Westfield, NJ $541,500
  • 1002 Columbus Ave, Westfield, NJ $575,900
  • 365 Orenda Cir, Westfield, NJ $745,000
  • 822 Village Green, Westfield, NJ $776,000
  • 820 Wallberg Ave, Westfield, NJ $850,000
  • 325 Kimball Ave, Westfield, NJ $965,000
  • 8 Gallowae, Westfield, NJ $975,000
  • 515 Woodland Ave, Westfield, NJ $1,100,000
  • 735 Harding St, Westfield, NJ $1,499,900

For more information on these or other real estate matters, contact Maureen Illanovsky at 908-391-9295, email, or visit

Keller Williams Realty, located at 188 Elm Street in Westfield, serves the surrounding communities helping homebuyers, sellers, renters, investors and individuals who would like to make Real Estate a career. Contact a sales representative at 908-233-8502.
*Fanwood, Scotch Plains and Westfield, NJ data according to the Garden State MLS, as of 5/28/17. Featured properties may not have been listed or sold by the office/agent presenting this data. Information deemed RELIABLE but not GUARANTEED.

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