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Address: 4 South Field
Price: $359,000
Taxes: $7,573
Agent: Wallace Zosche, Best Choice Realty, Inc., 973-823-1900


Imagine waking up to a beautiful home set on a lovely property with all the space you need.

Here is a move-in ready home that must be seen to be truly appreciated. You will love this well appointed home from the first moment you see it with a welcoming covered front porch that beckons you inside.

Four South Field is an oversized four-bedroom colonial with lots of closet space and two-and-a-half baths. This home has room to spare so your family can stretch out and relax. A nice foyer makes a wonderful first impression. The rooms are sized perfectly for your family with wide entrances that enable you to move easily between the rooms. If you need a little more space to entertain, just step out onto your back deck, perfect for a family barbecue as the days keep getting warmer. You can rest easy hear knowing the four bedroom septic was replaced two years ago. Just pack your bags because everything has already been done with you in mind.

French Doors in the kitchen lead to the rear deck. The dining room has a nice window allowing for natural light. A two-car attached garage leaves you with ample storage space. The electrical system is a 200-amp service with a generator hookup.

Finally, a home that has everything you have been desiring and more. The view from your front yard leaves nothing wanting. This is a beautiful home on a quiet street that will perfectly suit your family. The sellers are motivated. Contact Wallace Zosche for an appointment by calling 973-823-1900.

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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