In a world of inexperienced first-time real estate investors becoming do-it-yourself contractor-flippers combined with recent relaxed requirement for certain building permits and inspections have
Hansel And Gretel Lived At 4 Franklin Ave Pompton Plains NJ 07444
Dated: August 10 2016
Hansel and Gretel lived here once!
Well.. not really but when you walk into this dream of a home you realize how much love and thought has gone into it. Start with the kitchen - it is totally custom and in fact, the kitchen company won an award for it. It has a the tin style application for the ceiling, Sub-zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher and Viking stove - all complemented with granite counters. Plus you have to check out the Dining Room! It seats at least a two dozen family and friends comfortably. Special wood-work adorns the entrance to the room in addition to a french door that opens to a quaint paver patio.
Of course, every house should have their very own "Spa" or "Hot Tub" Room with custom painted clouds and butterflies on the walls - not to mention the automated Skylights! The family room and living room both provide an air of comfort and relaxation from the glistening hardwood floors the charming decor throughout. Two bedrooms upstairs, potential bedroom on the first floor, mechanicals include 2 central air units [home is about 2100 sq ft] and a full basement of ample storage.
Commute to NYC? Need easy access the airport and major highways but LOVE the FEEL of a SMALL TOWN? Pompton Plains [northern section of Pequannock Twp] is the place to be! Private swim lake called PV Park - terrific park systems like Green View Park and awesome sports programs [softball, soccer, swim team and more]. About 20 min drive to Morristown for some great food and a quick show at the Community Theatre - 35 mins to NYC and just about 1 hour to beach destinations.
For more information - call Beverly Kalinka 973.222.9257 for your personal tour.Click Here for Video!
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