Haworth, N.J. | $539,000
A 1937 Tudor-esque home with three bedrooms and two and a half bogs, on a zero.23-acre lot
This stone-and-stucco home is in a borough of about three,400 residents in Bergen County, 11 miles northwest of the George Washington Bridge. Local recreations embody two non-public nation golf equipment and a group swim membership on six acres with three swimming pools. A kindergarten-through-eighth-grade college with class sizes of fewer than 20 college students is about half a mile away. And the small enterprise district with its deli, Italian restaurant, sushi restaurant and apothecary (not drugstore) is a couple of 10-minute stroll. There can be a buying plaza in the borough of Closter, lower than two miles east.
Size: 1,574 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $342
Indoors: Turning left from the lobby and passing below an arch, you enter a front room with hardwood flooring, plaster partitions and a hovering ceiling formed by the Tudor gable. An monumental mullioned window fills the far wall; to the left, as you face it, is a stone fire. (All home windows in the house are latest Anderson replacements that meld with the Old World interiors.)
The floorboards, plaster and multi-paned home windows proceed into the formal eating room. The adjoining kitchen was renovated about 5 years in the past, with strong wooden cupboards topped in granite and new home equipment. A few steps down from the breakfast space is a powder room and entrances to the hooked up storage and the basement. A completed room on the decrease degree features a wood-burning fire. There can be a room with a washer, dryer and sink and a workshop space in the area with the furnace and water heater.
The second ground is reached by a staircase with a wrought-iron railing; the touchdown affords a chicken’s-eye view of the lounge. To the suitable is the first bed room, which has pale pink partitions, carpeting, two commonplace single closets and a double closet with built-ins. The en suite rest room features a bathe. The second bed room has apple inexperienced partitions with chair-rail molding, and the third and smallest bed room has been used as an workplace. The two share a hallway rest room with a marble-topped self-importance and a bathe over a bath.
Outdoor area: The property, which is 100 by 100 toes, is approached by a semicircular driveway lined with shrubs and has a fenced, grassy yard. The storage has room for one automobile.
Contact: Karen Leddy, Coldwell Banker Realty, 201-232-5627; coldwellbanker.com
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New York, N.Y. | $549,999
A two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit in an eight-story co-op constructed in 2010, in central Harlem
This second-floor unit is in Beacon Towers, a co-op with 73 items a block west of the Harlem River and lower than two blocks east of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the famed Abyssinian Baptist Church. It is just some minutes on foot to the two and three categorical trains on the 135th Street station.
The constructing has a part-time doorman and an train room off the foyer, and is pet pleasant. A tax abatement is in impact till 2032. Buyers can’t have gross incomes in extra of $186,750 for one individual, $213,500 for 2 individuals, $240,250 for 3 individuals or $266,750 for 4 individuals.
Size: 797 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $690
Indoors: A central room with oak flooring and an open kitchen sits between two 10-by-13-foot bedrooms, offering additional privateness.
The kitchen is about off by a breakfast bar (a section of the granite-topped wooden cabinetry) and contains stainless-steel home equipment.
A double closet to the suitable of the entrance door incorporates a washer and dryer.
Both bedrooms have double closets. They share a rest room with a pedestal sink and a mixed tub and bathe.
Outdoor area: The constructing has a furnished courtyard and bike storage. There can be a car parking zone on the premises that residents can use at an extra value.
Taxes: $760 month-to-month house owner charge (contains abated taxes)
Contact: Daniel D’Amico, Damico Group Real Estate, 347-928-2021; damicogroup.org
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Wilmington, Del. | $550,000
A 1900 stone-and-mortar mansion with seven bedrooms and three and a half bogs, on a zero.15-acre lot
This home on Baynard Boulevard, a historic highway main into the guts of Wilmington, is distinguished by large pairs of Ionic columns in the entrance portico and shorter units supporting porches behind and to the aspect. It is 2 blocks from Brandywine Park, with its zoo, a couple of mile northwest of the central enterprise district and a mile and a half from an Amtrak practice station with entry to the complete Northeast hall. Philadelphia International Airport is 20 miles northeast.
Size: three,600 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $153
Indoors: The vendor, a member of the family of the itemizing agent, purchased the property in 2018 after it had been renovated by earlier house owners. Design plans exist for the set up of an elevator in the storage, with entry to the primary and second flooring.
The unique double entrance door with leaded glass opens to a central front room with hardwood flooring, a wainscot with molding (that is discovered in a number of rooms on the principle ground, as is the Victorian-era ceiling fixture) and a stone fire that has been transformed to fuel. To the suitable is a music room with orange partitions and French doorways resulting in a aspect deck. Straight forward is a eating room with a bay window and partitions coated in a pale lilac toile. Beyond that, on the rear of the home, is a yellow sunroom with radiant-heated stone-tile flooring and an hooked up powder room and porch.
The kitchen and butler’s pantry had been up to date by earlier house owners with white cupboards, Formica counter tops, grey backsplash tile and high-end chrome steel home equipment, together with a six-burner Dacor vary.
Four bedrooms are on the second ground; essentially the most lavish is a major suite with a sitting room (a washer and dryer are there), a deck and a non-public rest room that incorporates an arrogance with twin sinks and a nook bathe. Two visitor rooms (one with entry to a non-public deck) share a hallway rest room that features a tub and bathe head. A 3rd visitor room, used as an workplace, has a fire with a gas-burning insert.
Three extra bedrooms together with a household room that opens to a widow’s stroll are on the third ground, as is a rest room with a claw-foot tub.
Outdoor area: The deep entrance porch wraps across the sides of the home, and a one-car storage is tucked into the bottom. Wrought-iron fencing surrounds the property, which features a yard gazebo.
Taxes: $four,645 (2020)
Contact: Carol Arnott-Robbins, Berkshire Hathaway HomeProviders, Fox & Roach Realtors, 302-388-2885; foxroach.com
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