Baristaville Open Houses: Sunday, Sept. 10

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This week’s open house column is sponsored by Kate McDonough

 

The market rebounded nicely from its Labor Day lull last week. More than 70 open houses this Sunday.

185 Summit Avenue, Montclair

 

List Price: $659,000
Taxes: $18,991
Acreage: 0.15
BRM/BTH: 3/2.1

Unique three-story Victorian in Upper Montclair featuring fireplace; updated kitchen overlooking deck and level yard. Family room and master bedroom and bath on second floor, two bedrooms, bath and library on third. Large windows. Open 2-4 p.m.

 

152 Pine Street, C0003, Montclair

List Price: $459,000
Taxes: Not Available
Acreage: 0.11
BRM/BTH: 3/2.1

Renovated Townhouse condominium with open floor plan, exposed brick walls and original wooden beams, hardwood floors, an open kitchen (granite countertops, tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar), and large/bright windows. Master suite offers a master bathroom (complete with two vanities, Jacuzzi tub, stall shower, and subway tile throughout), exposed brick walls, and tons of closet space. The large lower level features a family room, two bedrooms and a full bathroom. Walk to Bay St. Station, Walnut St. Station, shops and restaurants. Open 1-4 p.m.

 

83 Lincoln Street, Montclair

List Price: $699,000
Taxes: $20,513
Acreage: 0.28
BRM/BTH: 6/3.1

1907 Victorian featuring lemonade porch and grand reception foyer with original staircase and ornate gas fireplace. First floor has large living and dining rooms (with cove ceilings) family room and office. Renovated eat-in kitchen has granite counter tops and beautiful cabinetry. Upstairs has a large master, three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two more bedrooms are on the third floor. Deep backyard allows for family BBQs, entertaining and more. Close to midtown direct train. Open 1-4 p.m.

 

7 Yale Terrace

List Price: $749,000
Taxes: $21,277
Acreage: 0.22
BRM/BTH: 4/2.1

Colonial near Watchung Plaza with refurbished hardwood floors and original craftsman moldings; updated kitchen; generous outdoor living spaces including a lemonade porch and a large backyard. Near NYC bus & train service, shopping, restaurants, entertainment and Brookdale Park. Open 1-4 p.m.

 

41 Norwood Place, Bloomfield

List Price: $340,000
Taxes: $9,260
Acreage: 0.08
BRM/BTH: 3/1.1

Sidehall colonial located on a dead-end street in Bloomfield. This house offers an open floor plan with 9-foot ceilings on the first floor and three large bedrooms. Enjoy a recently completed paved patio and an above ground pool in the fenced-in back yard. Open: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

 

11 Madison Street, Glen Ridge

List Price: $499,000
Taxes: $12,702
Acreage: 0.09
BRM/BTH: 4/1.1

Recently renovated Colonial with enclosed front porch, open first floor with ample-sized living room, dining room and a newly renovated kitchen. Convenient powder room on the first floor and a pantry off the kitchen for storage. The second floor has three bedrooms, including the master bedroom with a custom closet. The main bathroom has been renovated as well. The third floor offers space that can be used as a bedroom, home office or playroom. Fenced-in yard and detached garage. Open 2-4 p.m.

 

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