Open House This Sunday 2 To 4 PM In New City

Dated: 05/20/2018

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This wonderful colonial sits regally at the end of a small cul-de-sac -- quiet location with nature right outside your door, yet walk to downtown new city (Starbucks, shops, etc.) And Zebrowski-Morahan Demarest  park! Very large rooms, living room has two amazing picture windows which bring outside and light indoors! All new efficient windows, two main floor family rooms, one with cathedral ceiling and tons of windows lead to deck and hot tub facing woods, main floor bedroom and full bath , floored storage above garage, sauna in rear of garage, eat-in-kitchen features granite and updated/decorative back splash, all four upstairs bedrooms generous sized, and updated baths... This home is a winner for sure within Laurel Plains elementary district.

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Julia Kushnir

I am a proud Nyack resident with over 10 years of experience in real estate. I developed a real passion for this industry when I got my first apartment at age 24, and since then have became the owner/....

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