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LEASED: Awesome 3BR, 2 Bathroom Morristown Apartment

Posted January 11, 2019 By Lynn Garafola

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LEASED:  You'll love this totally-renovated, 3BR 2-bathroom, 2nd floor end unit condo--and NOW the landlord has offered to pay 1/2 of the real estate commission for a 12/1/18 lease start!

41 Village Drive, Morris Township  boasts a granite kitchen and new appliances, an in-unit washer/dryer, and a lower level storage area.

It rests in a quiet location with lovely wooded views from your private deck.

Wonderful location for commuters! 

Tenant responsible for minor repairs up to $100. Tenant pays broker's commission equal to 1 month rent. NO PETS! NO SMOKING!  Learn more HERE, then call Lynn Garafola at Team Nest Builder 973-222-3777

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