Northside Summit (Summit, NJ)
By Lucy E. Thompson
(Keller Williams Realty Premier Properties)
152 Hillcrest Avenue, Summit                                  $1,400,000    Entrance Foyer to this huge split-level home    Gorgeous Living Room with fireplace, filled with light  Another view of the Living Room    Sun-filled formal Dining Room overlooking patio and back yard    Another view of the Dining Room    Eat-In Kitchen overlooking the back yard  Granite countertops with large center island with seating for at least four    Cosy, light Family Room with fireplace and slider to patio  Another view of the Family Room    Magnificent Master Bedroom with vaulted ceiling    Master Bedroom sitting area - what a wonderful place in which to relax!    Another view of the Master Bedroom which is double aspect    Light, bright Master Bathroom with jetted tub and separate shower  Guest Suite ...
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By Paul F. Stillwaggon Warren NJ, NJ Estates Real Estate Group, Weichert Realtors
(Weichert Realtors)
SUMMIT, NJ 07901 & 07902   Summit Township was incorporated in 1869 from portions of New Providence Township (now Berkeley Heights) and Springfield Township. Summit was re-incorporated as a city in 1899. The City of Summit, is made up of six square miles of tree-lined streets, open spaces and an active community-oriented business district. It is located in Union County, and is home to more than 21,000 residents who speak over 35 languages, representing an economically and culturally diverse community. Serving as a magnet for potential homeowners, the City of Summit offers clean, well-kept neighborhoods and fine municipal service. An older, but prestigious community, Summit prides itself on its active town center and abundance of cultural, social and recreational opportunities. The hear...
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By Juliet Johnson, Jacksonville Photography & Digital Marketing
We have discussed this issue many times before, but given the following case study from a consult this week, it obviously bears repeating.Consider this $3 "million baby" in one of the fancier Wall Street suburbs around here -             The Foyer --- or Rotunda --- or Reception Room  --- it's the room all the others are "off" so to speak, useful if you're playing Clue in 3D.  That's faux painting on the walls - a brick, plaster and red ivy treatment. Here's the Grand Living Room (replete with working pipe organ)           Faux painted silk wall treatments are in every nook and cranny.  There's gorgeous antique furniture and every horizontal surface is jam-packed with marvellous groupings of interesting collectibles - be it mercury glass, silver, Clarice Clift pottery, depression glass....
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