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Beautiful Historic Colonial for sale in Waldwick, NJ

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THIS HISTORIC COLONIAL, ON A DOUBLE LOT, WAS ORIGINALLY BUILT BY THE HOPPER FAMILY. THE RENOVATED EAT-IN KITCHEN HAS CUSTOM CABINETS, HIGH-END STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES AND A PROFESSIONAL 6 BURNER BLUE STAR GAS RANGE. HARDWOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT. THE SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM HAS ELABORATE CROWN MOLDING AND A WOOD BURNING FIRE PLACE. THERE ARE 5 BEDROOMS AND 3 FULL BATHS, 2 OF WHICH ARE NEW HIGH END CONTEMPORARY DESIGNS. UPSTAIRS IS AN ADDITIONAL ROOM THAT IS PERFECT FOR AN OFFICE/NURSERY /HOBBY ROOM. THE LARGE DINING ROOM HAS AN EXIT TO A SIDE PATIO. THERE IS A FAMILY ROOM OFF THE DINING ROOM. THE BUS STOP FOR NYC IS ON THE SAME STREET AND THE TRAIN STATION IS WITH-IN WALKING DISTANCE. THIS IS THE HOUSE YOU WILL CALL HOME!

 

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46 Oliver rd. Paramus , NJ 07652 FSBO

10 Jul

Hi Jersey Experiment family.  I just met with the owner of a great Split Level in Paramus. Take a look at the photos below and read the property description.  Additional pictures can be supplied upon request.

If you aren’t familiar with Paramus take a look at the below videos and click the Great schools logo to view information onthe local schools in Paramus.

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Beautiful split-level home on a quiet residential street with access to park, houses of worship, transportation, and shopping This home features 4 Bedrooms/2.5 baths leading to an entrance foyer and a family room, .5 bath and a sliding door to a beautiful in ground swimming pool, fully fenced yard surrounded by beautiful trees for privacy and nice landscaping. Second level features a large living room, dining room and an eat-in kitchen with new tiles. Third level offers 2 bedrooms and a full bath, a master bedroom with his/hers closets and a full bath. Fourth level has an over-sized bedroom with walk-in closets and a storage unit. Finished basement is fully carpeted and includes a laundry room and a storage area. Hardwood floors throughout the house and 2 car garage. This home offers a great living in a beautiful Paramus neighborhood that offers excellent schools.

Call or text me (David Radney 201-993-0016) for pricing and open house information or to arrange a private showing.  All showings are by appointment only and all buyers must be pre-qualified.

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Paramus is a great town , below are some videos that allow you to see what Paramus has to offer.

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What I love about Jersey Part 3 (MEAT LOVERS EDITION)

14 Nov

 

Waldwick Prime Meats has been featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine, several local publications, and most recently, the Bergen Record on expertise in the meat industry.

Owner Emilio Vitolo is a 32 year veteran in the food industry, and owner, the last 20 years. They are eager to share knowledge, tips, and sensible advice to ensure an excellent shopping experience.

Waldwick Prime Meats in proud to offer:

• Highest grades of available cuts
• Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb & Poultry
• Specialty cuts and requests
• Thumanns premium coldcuts
• Homemade Sausage
• Homemade Soup & Salads
• Vitamia Brand Pasta
• Ready to Cook & marinated items

Stop by to see  Emilio Vitolo 384 Main Street Wyckoff, NJ 07481

Campgaw in Mahwah, NJ by David Radney

7 Oct

 

Campgaw Mountain extends for three miles approximately north to south along the border of Franklin Lakes, Oakland, and Mahwah. The peak of the mountain rises to 752 feet (229 meters)[1] in Mahwah, becoming the fourth highest peak of Watchungs, though the height of the mountain as measured from its base is generally less than 400 feet (122 meters). A shallow gap exists between Campgaw Mountain and the Preakness and Goffle Hill ranges of the Watchungs to the south, somewhat isolating the ridge from the rest of the Watchung Mountains despite contiguous geology below the surface. In the north, the mountain terminates at the Ramapo Fault, the western border of the Newark Basin. Campgaw Mountain also marks the eastern edge of the Ramapo River Valley, forming a sizable basin between itself and the Ramapo Mountains.[6]

An unusual trait of Campgaw Mountain is that it is composed of the ridges of both First and Second Watchung Mountain. Fyke Brook, a tributary of the Ramapo River, divides the two ridges, running northwest through a narrow valley along the northeastern corner of the mountain. Second Watchung Mountain comprises the majority of Campgaw Mountain at the surface.

Before the arrival of Europeans, Campgaw Mountain was inhabited by Munsee (Minsi) Lenape. Evidence of the Lenape presence around Campgaw can be found in a former village that existed on the north side of the mountain, along the south bank of the Ramapo River.[7] Reflecting on this Native American heritage, the mountain is named for a Lenape chief, Kum-Kow, with the name Campgaw being a modern variation of the original spelling.[8][9] Taken literally, the syllables in the name Kum-Kow probably translate to goose-hedgehog.[10][11]

An historical account from 1834 indicates that Campgaw Mountain’s summits were once under extensive cultivation.[12] This would seem to explain the numerous stone walls, apparently former property boundaries, running through the woods along the mountain. Another historical work from 1894 detailing New Jersey’s forests shows that Campgaw Mountain was covered by a nearly unbroken expanse of chestnut, oak, and redcedar[13], indicating that cultivation along the ridgeline may have declined by that time. Campgaw Mountain was essentially wilderness in 1960 when property on the ridge was taken by the Bergen County Park Commission to create Campgaw Mountain Reservation. The park, which opened in June 1961, forced many of the Ramapough Mountain Indians inhabiting Campgaw Mountain and the surrounding area off their land.[14]

In addition to the development of the park, Campgaw Mountain saw the construction of a Nike missile base during the height of the Cold War. Installed on the mountain between 1955 and 1971, the base’s missiles served to guard New York City’s air space, standing by to intercept nuclear armed Soviet bombers. The facility was ultimately abandoned with the advent of intercontinental ballistic missiles.

information courtesy of Wikipedia