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CONSIDERING A HISTORIC HOME?

      We have many great choices of turn-of-the-century homes for sale in our
Northern New Jersey hometowns. Many have been beautifully restored with all
modern conveniences. Others await the touch of someone to retain the classic
features and quality details.
     Even older homes come on the market, built in the 1800's, and even some from
the 1700's, that have been continuously lived in and taken care of.
     If you have an interest in an historic home please contact me for help in your search. It is incredible to be able to live in a beautiful hometown  -  yet catch a train
to Manhattan, to be able to get to your job, shopping, or to see a show!



HISTORIC HOMES FOR SALE

 

OLDEST RESIDENTIAL HOUSE in BLOOMFIELD!

    Perfectly situated on the Glen Ridge border, close to NYC transit,shops & restaurants.  This solid 1763 home has been updated, from the central air to the renovated bathroom, and has many possibilities with tremendous potential.

See more at:

  

223 Ashland Avenue   $339,000

http://www.yourhometownsearch.idxco.com/idx/6815/

 


 

And in GLEN RIDGE!

1886

   Second Empire Victorian on half acre retreat sits steps from top ranked Glen Ridge schools and MidTown Direct train into NYC. Historic details on each level.

32 Woodland Avenue   $879,000

http://www.yourhometownsearch.idxco.com/idx/6815/details.

 

 


      And Historical Commercial Listings

     
Circa 1810 building with 2 stories and full basement on a Main Street in
Morris county. Additional walk-up attic. Great visibility. Presently an
antique store. 12 car parking plus garage. $950,000


GREAT NEWS!

Passaic River Coalition Buys and Will Preserve Historic Willow Hall in Morristown for their Headquarters and Offices!

      After nearly six years on the market, Morristown's historic Willow Hall has
been sold to an environmental nonprofit that has promised not to make any
major renovations to the Gothic mansion.

      The Passaic River Coalition signed a $1.9 million sales contract with the
owner of the 6.5-acre tract on Speedwell Avenue, both sides confirmed
yesterday. If all goes well, the deal could mark the end of a battle between
local officials and preservationists over the future of the property, which
is designated one of the county's 10 most endangered historic sites.


      Full article in NJ Star Ledger