Baristaville Open Houses: Sunday, Dec. 11

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About 17 open houses in the general Baristaville area. Open housing could be the perfect antidote to a cold, grey Sunday.

15 Bellevue Ave, Montclair


List Price: $899,000
Taxes: $19,234
Acreage: 0.22
BRM/BTH: 4/3.2


Renovated Tudor across the street from Brookdale Park featuring hardwood floors and porcelain tile throughout. Kitchen has Bertazzoni appliances with Bianco Azurite granite counter-tops. Master bath features a door-less, multi-jet, over-sized shower. Floor to ceiling windows in the family room overlooking Brookdale Park. Fully finished walkout basement with wet bar. Open 1-4 p.m.

10 Crestmont Road, 5L, Montclair


List Price: $205,000
Taxes: Not available
Acreage: 831 square foot apartment
BRM/BTH: 1/1

One bedroom in brick Georgian co-op building, convenient to transportation to NYC. Panoramic views of NYC. At 831 square feet it’s the largest one-BR model in the building and features high ceiling, as well as herringbone and parquet floors. All new electric outlets and switches, newer windows. Entire unit has just been painted. Newer appliances. Living room is large enough to be LR/DR. Maintenance includes: heat, gas, water, hot water, 24-hour doorman and security, building and ground care, property taxes, interest on the underlying mortgage. 36.5% of maintenance fee is tax deductible. Super lives on premises. Garage parking is $50 per month, outside parking is $25 per month. Open 2-4 p.m.

21 Duryea Road, Montclair


List Price: $779,000
Taxes: $21,861
Acreage: 0.21
BRM/BTH: 5/3.1

Colonial in Upper Montclair with enclosed porch, patio and detached, two-car garage. Finished basement has French drain. Blocks from train and bus. Open 2-4 p.m.

137 North 17th Street, Bloomfield


List Price: $240,000
Taxes: $8,338
Acreage: 0.08
BRM/BTH: 3/3

Well-built and maintained colonial with patio and magnolia tree. Open-flow first floor with bedroom and full bath, laundry. Second floor has two bedrooms and a full bath. Updated kitchen, roof is six-years old. Basement has full bath. New flooring in bedrooms on second floor. Open 12-4 p.m.

50 Glen Ridge Avenue, Glen Ridge


List Price: $499,000
Taxes: $10,493
Acreage: Not available
BRM/BTH: 4/2

Renovated Colonial in central Glen Ridge location. Short walk to town and train. Open floor plan, new wood floors, new electric and plumbing. New kitchen features custom cabinets, Carrara marble counters, tile backsplash, center island breakfast bar, pendant lights & SS appliances. Other updates include new baths, refinished wood floors, new windows, finished lower level with additional full bath and third floor room. Blocks from Glen Ridge & Bay St. train stations. Open 1-4 p.m.

14 Westland Rd, Cedar Grove


List Price: $429,000
Taxes: $7,894
Acreage: 0.13
BRM/BTH: 3/1

Updated Tudor featuring formal dining room with built-in cabinetry. brick fireplace. leaded glass accent windows. Replacement vinyl windows throughout home. Hardwood flooring and original Chestnut moulding throughout the home. Full-size attic. Large paver-stone patio. Fully fenced-in yard, and detached two-car garage. Open 1-4 p.m.

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