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230 Bartholf Ave Pompton Lakes NJ 07442

Dated: October 24 2019

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Quaint, quiet community nestled in a small corner of Passaic County and just 25 miles from NYC.  Pompton Lakes provides 2 elementary schools, one middle school and one high school plus pre and post day care arrangements. Downtown center offers an array of coffee shops, diners, luncheonettes and unique 'small town' community stores. 

While you are visiting the town, drive by 230 BARTHOLF AVE, POMPTON LAKES - right off Lincoln Ave and close the middle school and St. Mary's Church. This home has an incredibly well-planned addition that provides an excellent space for family and friends. 230 Bartholf Ave has a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 full and one half bath [check out the Master Bedroom Suite]. The kitchen has a marvelous open, airy feel offering center island with cook top, double oven and oodles of cabinetry and counter space. Image title

Love the sensible location with easy access to NYC transit and downtown center [and schools]!  Get that restful and relaxing feel as soon as you walk through the door. Enjoy coffee in the 3 season porch or BBQ outside on this enormous deck buffered by trees in the backyard.

Curious? Needs room for the extended family? Call today - this home is absolutely TURN-KEY and move in ready. Call Edwin Kalinka 973.670.8338 or Jennifer Kaminski 973.464.0846 today.Image titleImage title

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Bev Kalinka

Are you looking for a Real Estate Broker who is a Northern New Jersey expert? How about two? Beverly and Edwin Kalinka are a husband-and-wife team with 29 years of real estate experience and more than....

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