New Jersey Homes: Most Expensive Property in Nutley Listed for Less Than $1M
The most expensive home listing in Nutley, New Jersey has recently been put on sale but its tag price might surprise many prospective buyers.
According to Patch, the Victorian-styled home designed by William Lambert, renowned designer of Nutley properties, is hitting the market at a price of $849,000. The 2,075-square-feet estate has six bedrooms, and is considered a bargain compared to the properties with the same features being sold in prime locations such as Los Angeles and New York.
The pink house on Prospect Street has been listed on a few online sites including Redfin. The said online listing site wrote that the lot size of the entire estate is at 7,623 square feet. Aside from the six bedrooms, the home has three-and-a-half baths and an eat-in kitchen with center island and stainless steel appliances.
The walnut floors with mahogany inlays emphasize the traditional feel of the abode. Although the house is not as extravagant as the multi-million dollar properties in key cities of the U.S., it is an ideal cozy place for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the metro.
Besides the bedrooms, baths, and kitchen, the home has a large living area, dining and family room, sunroom and sitting area overlooking the neighborhood. Other amenities include two fireplaces found in the living and dining areas, a butler staircase, and an elevator.
The property has a full basement, which is partially finished, a radiator heater, and window and wall unit air conditioning systems. An attached car garage is available for one vehicle but there is an uncovered parking space for other automobiles.
The home needs some updating to make it look more modern, but with the right pieces of furniture and draperies, this could be achieved. This Nutley property has access to public transportation going to New York and is near restaurants, schools, and shops.