Own a piece of Crystal Springs

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Address: 21 Tannery Hill Drive
Price: $344,000
Taxes: $7,292
Agent: John Leavitt
Exit Neighborhood Realty
973-663-1660


By Cindy Weightman

Just reduced. Twenty-one Tannery Hill Drive is on the market and the price is right to own a piece of Crystal Springs. The time is now to move into one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Hardyston.

The original owner has lovingly cared for this home since it was built and it shows. Located on a wooded lot backing up to the Crystal Springs Golf Course yet completely safe from errant golf balls, this immaculate ranch is bright and sunny throughout with gorgeous views that will make you relish being at home.

This gracious home offers up three bedrooms and three full baths including a first floor Master Bedroom with large on-suite four piece bathroom, cathedral ceilings and finished walk-out basement.

This is the only single family community with the exterior maintained by the Home Owners Association. You’ll really appreciate this maintenance free lifestyle come winter. You’ll have the longest driveway in the neighborhood, but it won’t be you shoveling it. A two car attached garage and exclusive driveway ensures that there is always plenty of parking for you and guests.

This is a sought after community with many other amenities including the heated pool, community party building and beautiful landscaping. Don’t miss this opportunity to come home to the good life.

Opportunities for recreation are just a short drive away with spas, golf, skiing and shopping just minutes away and easy access to Route 517 makes this also a great choice for a commuter.

Contact John Leavitt for an appointment by calling 973-663-1660.




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