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Morris Township Closes 16 Homes In December

Morris Township NJ Real Estate Home Sales

Morris Township NJ had 15 homes sales in December 2008.  These are the details reflecting the Morris Township address, home style, list price and sale price. Three of these homes are located in Convent Station...Bradwahl and the two on Bennington.
  • 201 PITNEY PL*  $210,000 Townhouse-End Unit  $200,000
  • 106 Pitney Place  $219,000 One Floor Unit  $210,000
  • 17 GREGORY AVE*  $287,000 Colonial  $279,000
  • 600 SUSSEX AVE*  $398,000 Cottage, Ranch, Expanded Ranch  $394,000
  • 56 WILDFLOWER LANE  $459,900 Townhouse-Interior  $438,500  
  • 21 Independence Ct  $470,000 Townhouse-Interior  $470,000  
  • 110 HILLCREST AVE*  $607,000 Colonial  $510,000  
  • 5 COLONEL EVANS DRIVE  $609,000 Colonial  $595,000
  • 12 DEBORAH DR*  $624,900 Colonial  $602,000 
  • 18 Oak Park Drive  $629,000 Expanded Ranch  $620,000  
  • 11 Deer Chase Road  $648,500 Colonial, Custom Home   $597,000  
  • 32 Bennington Road  $699,500 Colonial  $660,000
  • 35 BRADWAHL DR*  $700,000 Colonial, Split Level  $665,000
  • 28 Bennington Road  $724,900 Split Level  $672,500
  • 12 Raynor Road  $829,000 Colonial  $850,000
  • 12 Whispering Meadow Drive  $1,250,000 Colonial  $1,080,000  
For additional information about any of these homes or real...

Millburn NJ Fencing

Millburn NJ High School

Millburn High School is not only ranked #1 in New Jersey, but  Millburn's fencing team has one of premier fencers in all of New Jersey.  Mike Mills has earned nationwide recognition and trains at The Fencer's Club in New York City.  He won the U-16 event at the National Championships in California last summer and is presently ranked the nation's number-two 'cadet' sabre fencer.  Mike's dad was a very talented fencer who has won many awards and is and continues to be a big inspiration to Mike who is passionate and talented and just plain 'loves the rush'.If you're interested in Millburn NJ Real Estate, call Susan Zanzonico - Millburn NJ Realtor - 973-214-5872.  I also specialize in Short Hills NJ Real Estate and Livingston NJ Real Estate ...

Livingston NJ Real Estate Sales

Livingston NJ Real Estate Sales

Livingston NJ closed 24 home sale in December 2008.  That's quite impressive.  Livingston has a great location which is convenient to the train stations in Summit, Short Hills and Millburn if you commute into New York or Hoboken.  The highways are also easy to access and the schools are highly ranked.Below are the Livingston addresses, list price, home style and sale price.
  • 6 Redwood Road   $289,900 Ranch ...  $228,000 
  • 18 Dickinson Lane  $295,000 Cape Cod ....$220,000 
  • 44 Washington Ct.  $378,000 Colonial .... $345,000 
  • 20 E Harrison Pl  $379,000 Colonial  ....  $349,000
  • 19 Briar Cliff Rd.  $395,000 Colonial.....  $375,000 
  • 92 Belmont Drive  $399,000 Split ..... $420,000
  • 39 Lincoln Avenue  $399,900 Cape Cod  ....  $380,000  
  • 901 Kensington Lane  $409,000 Townhouse-End Unit.... $399,000 
  • 15 Herbert Terrace  $417,000 Colonial .... $400,000 
  • 30 Crossbrook Rd.  $419,900 Tudor.... $419,000
  • 20 Riker Hill Rd  $449,900 Split.......  $420,000 
  • 14 Wynnewood Rd.  $479,900 Colonial ... $443,000  
  • 98 Falcon Road  $498,500 Bi-Level ..... $500,000
  • 107 Turlington Ct. ...

Morristown NJ Green Arts

Morristown NJ Arts Council Goes Green

The Arts Council is moving to a green building on Maple Avenue which is in the historic section of Morristown NJ. Read more about the Morristown green building's unique features...solar panels, geothermal heating/cooling system, largest biowall, vegetative roof, recycled interior materials and more by Minno & Wasko Architects.For assistance in finding your Morristown NJ Real Estate, call Susan Zanzonico - Morristown NJ Realtor - 973-214-5872.  Also serving Millburn NJ Real Estate and Chatham NJ Real Estate...

Morristown NJ Town Update

Morristown NJ May Be Bicycling Hall of Fame

The United States Bicycling Hall of Fame is currently located in Somerville NJ.  It is seriously considering a move to South Street in Morristown NJ.  It would be located in a 2-story building close to the Vail Mansion. In the plan is a museum, cafe, gift shop, storage and exhibit staging space. Mayor Donald Cresitello supports this Morristown project.   Read more about it in the Daily Record article...If you're interested in Morristown NJ real estate, give Susan Zanzonico a call on 973-214-5872 - Morristown NJ Realtor.  Also specializing in Millburn NJ Real Estate and Chatham NJ Real Estate...

Morristown NJ Buyer and Seller Tips

Morristown NJ Real Estate

Whoa...winter has definitely arrived!  Let's face it, this isn't the typical "spring market", but there are still some advantages to selling your home in the cold winter months.  Take advantage of each and every one of these home marketing opportunities.Home sellers, if your home is currently on the market, be sure to make it stand out from the crowd.  Here are some home marketing tips that will help. 
  • Prepare a list of all the things you have done to make your home more energy efficient, such as adding insulation in attics and around pipes, or replacing windows. Home buyers are particularlyinterested in energy efficiency this time of year.
  • The winter months can be dark and dreary.  Pull the curtains, turn on the lights, be sure your windows are clean and consider temporarily removing window screens to make your home even brighter.
  • Be sure to keep your driveway, walks and steps free of ice and snow so your potential buyers aren't slipping and sliding or worse yet, just driving right by the home without getting out of the car.  Keep your gutters clear so icicles do not form.  Do your best to keep the floors clear of any water spots or salt that may have been tracked in.
  • Buyers are at a disadvantage as they are seeing your home without landscaping and the pretty outdoor greenery that makes the lot look so pretty.  If you have pictures that were taken during the summer or spring, display them so your potential buyers can see how lovely your home looks when in full bloom.
If you'd like assistance in marketing your ...

Morristown Information..Housing, Schools and History

Buying a Morristown NJ Home

New York is exciting, its true, however it might be too hectic living there on a full time basis. Many New Yorkers look at New Jersey as a good alternative since there are many towns offering a relatively easy commute in to New York.  If you are considering a move to New Jersey, be sure to look into Morristown NJ real estate. There are two train stations...one in downtown Morristown and another in Convent Station.  That along with so many housing choices that offer old world charm or new construction.

Morristown Details

According to the United States Census Bureau, Morristown New Jersey has an area of three square miles. The population density is approximately 6300 people per square mile. Nearly 23 percent of all homes have children under the age of eighteen. This is because Morristown is an ideal place to raise a family. The median household income for the city was $57,563, according to the 2000 census.

Morristown History

Morristown NJ history is rich and abundant! It was settled around 1715 by Presbyterians from Connecticut and New York. It was originally called the village of New Hanover. George Washington and his troops loved Morristown because of its great convenient location between Philadelphia and New York as well as its natural resources and local industries. It was also the site of a second encampment in 1779 and 1780 at a site in the city called Jockey Hollow. This area is a part of the Morristown National Historical Park, along with...

Morristown NJ General Overview

Morristown NJ Town Info

Let's see what the local newspaper the Daily Record has to say about Morristown NJ in the December 27th issue.

The seat of Morris County, Morristown is a combination of history, a bustling business district -- with a plethora of projects soon to be completed -- and a melting pot of different cultures.

Gen. George Washington housed his troops in nearby Harding during the Revolutionary War, but his headquarters was in town. The sites are preserved as part of the first national historical park, Morristown National Historical Park, created in the 1930s.

The Morristown Partnership is a group focused on downtown renewal.

• Biggest recurring festivals: Fall Festival; Christmas on the Green; St. Patrick's Day Parade; First Night Morris

• Senior center: The Morristown Senior Center/Division of Aging is in town hall, 200 South St., (973) 292-6690

• Most famous historic site: Washington's Headquarters, part of Morristown National Historic Park

• Most famous son: Thomas Nast, political cartoonist

Morristown Population...18,831

GOVERNING BODY: Town council. Mayor Donald Cresitello. President Anthony Cattano Jr. (council at large), Vice President Richard Tighe (4th Ward), Timothy A. Jackson (1st Ward), Michelle Harris-King (council at large), Raline...

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