Come step into this grand center hall colonial in the highly sought after Oak Ridge section of Summit!
You will enjoy cooking in the gourmet kitchen, relaxing by one of the three fireplaces, or lounging in the family room while overlooking the forest of the Watchung Reservation. Entertain guests in the replicated 'Irish Pub', complete with billiards table, shuffleboard table & kegorator. The main floor hosts a formal living room, dining room & sunroom flanked with three walls of windows.
The three season porch leads out to one of two custom blue stone patios, which wrap around the home and are accessible from both the first & lower levels. Escape to the master suite which includes a walk-in custom closet with Mahogany cabinetry. Relax in the elegant master bath surrounded by Carrera marble & high end fixtures.
Plenty of room for others with four additional bedrooms and three full baths. House includes a multi-floor laundry chute for convenience. The two-car garage leads into the mud room with built-in cubbies for easy organization. Live life large in this beautiful home while being able to walk to local schools & desirable Memorial Field Park
Just under 22,000 people call the city of Summit, New Jersey home and for good reason. Located in Union County, the community is just 20 miles from New York City with easy access to transportation, making it a dream for commuters who do not want to pay big city prices or spend their nights and weekends in the bustling city.
Summit is nestled at the intersection of Interstate 78 and the Morris Turnpike, and the New Jersey Transit Rail System runs right through the center of town. However, you do not have to go into the city for entertainment. The picturesque Downtown Summit is home to a number of restaurants, shops, art galleries, spas, and other ways to spend a crisp New Jersey evening or a Saturday afternoon. There are also a number of business opportunities available in town, including the corporate headquarters for Merck & Co., as well as the biotechnology company Celgene and Hibernia Atlantic.
The city sits atop the Second Watchung Mountain and borders Lake Surprise and the Watchung Reservation to the south and the Passaic River to the north. This means plenty of natural beauty in every direction. There are also a number of parks and green spaces inside Summit's 6 square miles, including many ball fields and strong youth sports organizations.
Summit has one of the highest incomes per capita in the state of New Jersey and prides itself on being an "economically and culturally diverse community." From 5K races to farmers markets, there is always something going on, and because of the great schools, a crime rate that is much lower than the rest of the New York City Metropolitan area, and access to all things work and play, Summit is the perfect place for practically anyone to call home.