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Heading Home….

NOTE: Listing price just reduced!

It feels really weird to have that sign out front.

Yes, after 25 years in New Jersey (we’d only intended to stay for four!), we’re looking to return to our homeland. We’re New England people. Our families are (mostly) in Connecticut.

We love our rock-solid colonial here in Boonton. Countless hours of loving labor went into turning this unique property into a little landscaped oasis in New Jersey. So many have come and spoken of their “house envy”…now we get to pass this gem on to its next owner.

Starting my own company almost 4 years ago, one goal was to have a fully “portable” business that would allow us to live anywhere and still service my clients everywhere. That goal, through hard work and network-building and great technology tools, has been accomplished.

The Lord willing, we hope to transition to southeastern Connecticut in late spring. So – are you looking for a great house in easy commuting distance to NYC (or know someone else who is)? Do you love stone walls and gardens and privacy, yet still with easy access to major highways and the amenities of civilization? Look no further.

We actually lived down the block before buying this place, and so we know how well-loved this house has been by its previous owners. A number of those reading this have had meetings, meals, and get-togethers here – so you know.

Here’s a set of pictures of the house and property (including how the flowers look in season), and here is the full Realtor listing on-line.* There are a lot of nice houses in Boonton. But I doubt there’s a home any more sweet than this one…!

*Note: The Bing map on-line at the Realtor.com site is not precise – the marker is a few houses short. Go to the very end of the block, and we’re the red colonial. The quietness of being on a dead-end is another plus!

Open House: Saturday, Mat 15th, 1-4 pm

Oh – and back in the 1930’s, this place won several state Yard and Garden awards. The plaques are on the living room wall and come with the house!


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