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Address: 3 Otterhill Court
Price: $315,000
Taxes: $8,018
Agent: Karen Glowacki, Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Gross & Jansen Realtors, 973-729-8727


This large center hall offers all the space you need and more.

With four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths plus a bonus room that could be used as a fifth bedroom, this is the perfect place to raise your bustling family. The rooms are large and an easy layout for entertaining makes this a great choice. A home office with closet is located on the main level.

There are so many options in this home that you can easily make it suit your needs. A large country kitchen with huge double door pantry, center island and sliders leading out to multi-tiered decks is the heart of this home. A formal dining room is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday meal with loved ones. Lounge out in the living room before the pellet stove and snuggle with your loved ones on a chilly fall night. There are four bedrooms on the upper level including a huge master suite with walk in closet and master bath.

A full finished walk-out basement with another full bath is another great spot for relaxing with sliders to the lower level of the deck overlooking a large private yard.

With almost three-quarters of an acre, your little ones will love exploring this property. And there's still more in store including a two car attached garage, a covered front porch to welcome you home and central air.

This home is a must see. Contact Karen Glowacki for an appointment by calling 973-729-8727 and get ready to meet your new home.

Each week’s featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by the Advertiser-News advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Frank Curcio, at sales@strausnews.com.








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