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Nutley is a great town for NYC commuters and we have this fantastic 4 bedroom 3 bath home that just hit the market!
THIS CUSTOM SPLIT LEVEL HOME LOCATED ON A CUL-DE-SAC IN THE SPRING GARDEN SECTION OF NUTLEY 1 BLOCK FROM NEW MEDICAL SCHOOL, ATTENTION TO DETAIL IN THIS HOME FOR THE MOST FINICKY HOME BUYER. MUST SEE! WHOLE HOUSE GENERATOR, CUSTOM MASTER BEDROOM SUITE - 2 LARGE WALK IN CLOSETS, LARGE BATHROOM, STEAM SHOWER, DUAL VANITIES, HEATED TOWEL RACK; LEMONADE PORCH, LOCATED ON A QUIET CUL-DE-SAC IN SPRING GARDEN SECTION OF NUTLEY NJ, CLOSE TO NYC TRANSPORTATION BUS & RAIL, WALK TO SPRING GARDEN SCHOOL & PLAYGROUND, NEWER KITCHEN & BATHS, ROOF IN 2011, FINISHED BASEMENT w/MOLD RESISTANT SHEETROCK & PORCELAIN FLOORS, 2 ATTIC SPACES - PLENTY OF STORAGE, LARGE LAUNDRY ROOM WITH GRANITE COUNTERS, FLORIDA ROOM OFF DINING AREA, LARGE FENCED IN BACKYARD, PERFECT FOR NYC COMMUTER LOOKING FOR A QUIET AFTER WORK RETREAT.
stablished in the late 17th century by Dutch and English settlers on the west bank of the Passaic River, Nutley has retained its small town atmosphere through the centuries. Competently governed by a board of commissioners and home to one of the nation’s premier pharmaceutical companies, Hoffmann-La Roche, it is a stable and progressive community, whose residents voluntarily staff the emergency and rescue squad and most of the fire department.
Through the years, the town has had its share of notable residents, including Annie Oakley, Martha Stewart, well-known artists, a countess, a Swiss baron, a baroness and members of Jackie Kennedy’s family. It is basically a residential community and boasts a park in every neighborhood. The New York skyline is visible from any hill in town and Manhattan is just a short bus ride away. An excellent school system is maintained at a cost far lower than surrounding communities and major colleges and universities are within easy commuting distance.
Perhaps Nutley’s charm and appeal is most evident by the fact that families stay in town from generation to generation and grandchildren and great grandchildren walk the same streets their ancestors trod. Nutley is conveniently located just eleven miles straight out from NYC. The township is comfortably saddled between the Passaic River, Route 3, the GSP and the township of Belleville to the south.
Secret #1 – Use Your Mobile Phone!
That’s right get in your car or Uber it on a nice Spring afternoon, go to www.NutleyRealEstateHomes.com it has a mobile search function where you can search every home available in New Jersey and you can contact me right away!.
Secret #1 – Rental Fees
If your thinking about moving from NYC to NJ, searching for a rental in New Jersey, every agency charges a rental fee which is usually equal to one months rent, ask that the agent only show you homes where the landlords pay the rental fee. There may not be many but I do not of a couple out there where they will pay the rental fee for you call me at 973-846-0065 and I can give you the names of those complexes in New Jersey
Secret #3 – Pets
Pets are a tough one because some buildings and apartment owners will not allow certain breeds to reside in their units and it has nothing to do with the owner it has to do with the Insurance carrier, so if you do have a breed like a Pit Bull etc. please make sure that they accept pets before even going and seeing the apartment.
Some Quick Moving Tips When Moving From NYC to NJ
Change your address asap. As soon as you find out your new address, head over toUSPS.com and update your mailing address. You can even specify what day you want the mail forwarding to take effect. Getting your address changed asap, is very important because:
Clean, organize and pack in advance. The more you can get done before moving day arrives, the better prepared and less stressed you will be. Hiring professional movers can save you a lot of time and headache, but that’s only if you have the money to pay them. Whether you do everything yourself or hire professionals, you will save a lot of money and effort, by getting everything cleaned, organized and packed away in advance.
Make extra cash and donate items to charity. As I was going through the stuff in my apartment, I noticed some of it was actually pretty valuable – at least to make a little money by reselling it. Once you’ve sorted through all your belongings, you can decide whether you want to sell or donate anything you don’t need anymore. This is a great way to make some extra cash or donate to a worthy cause while getting rid of non-essentials.
When in doubt, throw it out. That’s my motto in life. Once you’ve cleaned, organized and sold/donated your stuff, it’s time to trash anything else. Because the less you own, the less you will have to haul on moving day. This makes it easier on both you and your budget, since you won’t have to spend as much money paying professionals (or your friends) to help move all your belongings.
Use colored labels for each box. Moving can get chaotic very quickly, so you want to make it as easy as possible on yourself. I like to use color coded labels, for each box based on the location in my house. For example; kitchen items/boxes get a red label, bathroom boxes get a blue, and etc. You could also use colored packing tape, or colored markers. It doesn’t really matter what system you use, just as long as you clearly mark the boxes so they will be easily identified.
Quick Tip: When disassembling your electronics, appliances and gadgets, try using bread clip tabs, binder clips or twist ties (all tips from Pinterest), to keep your cords and other equipment organized.
Find moving boxes on the cheap. One of the ways I like to get free boxes, is by collecting them over time. I have no problem asking my friends, family and co-workers if they have any packing materials or extra boxes for me to use. I also save the boxes from orders I make online that get delivered to my house. Here are some other ideas:
Transfer and move utilities ahead of time. Some companies will charge a setup or transfer fee to move your utilities. By planning ahead you can be sure to budget for these extra moving costs, which will help you save money. This is also a good time to reevaluate your subscription services, to see if you need to keep paying for them. With online subscriptions like Nexflix and Hulu Plus, there’s no hassle for moving your TV or cable service and it’s much cheaper.