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emorial Day is the day
when Americans re-
member and honor
military personnel who lost their
lives while serving their country.
Though its unofficial designation
as the start of summer makes
Memorial Day weekend a time of
celebration for many people, the
families of fallen and active serv-
ice members often find Memorial
Day weekend has its fair share of
heartache as well.
Families of fallen service
members tend to find solace in
ceremonies honoring those who
made the ultimate sacrifice. But
there are other ways civilian men
and women can honor both
active and fallen service members
in their communities.
Participate in community
events that honor fallen service
members. Many communities
host Memorial Day parades to
honor fallen soldiers. It can be
comforting to the families of fall-
en soldiers to see fellow members
of their community attend the
parade and public memorials.
Such civilian support lets family
members of fallen soldiers know
that fellow members of their com-
munity appreciate and do not for-
get the sacrifices made by their
loved ones.
Include families of fallen and
active service members in your
weekend activities. Memorial
Day weekend is a three-day
weekend at the end of May, when
the weather is warming up in
much of the country. The week-
end marks the return of backyard
barbecues and pool parties, and
such events are a great opportu-
nity for civilians to invite the
families of fallen service members
over to share some fun in the sun.
Memorial Day can be an espe-
cially difficult time for the loved
ones of fallen service members,
and even the few hours of relief
that a barbecue, pool party or
picnic can provide can make a
welcome respite from an other-
wise difficult weekend.
Make a charitable donation.
Numerous charities exist to sup-
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•The Dey Mansion/Washington’s
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•The McKenna School of Dance will be
celebrating its 64th anniversary of
teaching dance in the Wayne area with
the ballet production of “Alice in
Wonderland” and will be preceded by
the variety production of “The
Great Outdoors.” Performances are
Saturday, May 18 at 7pm and Sunday,
May 19 at 2pm at the Wayne YMCA on
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evening. All proceeds will go to the
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JUN 2
•Butler VFW Post 8096 will hold their
annual Pancake Breakfast in memory
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The grasses most resistant to
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continued from previous page “The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision
of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet
notwithstanding, go out to meet it.” – Thucydides
B
ringing a new dog home
from an animal shelter is
an exciting experience.
Dogs can bring a lot of joy and
energy into a household, quick-
ly becoming a treasured mem-
ber of the family.
Adjusting to life with a
newly adopted dog is not
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bers of the household often
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they grow more acclimated to
the responsibility of pet owner-
ship. The following are a few
tips to help new dog owners
make their transition to pet
ownership go more smoothly.
Emphasize routine. Rou-
tine makes dogs more comfort-
able and can make things easi-
er on new dog owners. Get up
and go to bed at the same time
each day, and schedule walks
and play time at the same time
each day as well. As the dog
grows more acclimated to your
home, you can gradually vary
your own schedule, but try to
stick to the walking and play-
time schedule for your dog as
much as possible. Anxiety is a
significant issue for many shel-
ter dogs, but sticking to a rou-
tine can help lower that anxi-
ety significantly.
Visit the veterinarian
within days of the adoption. A
visit to the vet is necessary
even if your dog has received
all of its necessary vaccinations.
The vet can examine the dog
and give advice on diet and
exercise, which is especially
valuable information for those
owners who have never before
owned a dog. In addition, a vet
might direct purebreds to a col-
league who specializes in that
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men, which can help the dog’s
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Adopting a shelter dog is
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loving member to your family.
Though some transitions are
more difficult than others,
owners who keep calm and
work to reduce their dog’s anx-
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new addition for years to come.
Dr. Matthew Krupnick is the
owner of the Pequannock Ani-
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Kinnelon and is happy to be
home – with his wife, three cats,
and two dogs – to provide quali-
ty and compassionate care for
pets in the community. The
Pequannock Animal Hospital is
located at 591 Newark
Pompton Turnpike in Pompton
Plains. You can reach the hospi-
tal by calling 973-616-0400.
Adjusting to life with your newly adopted dog
By Matthew Krupnick
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•Reading to “Joey” the Dog at Butler
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grade, or any child who wishes to prac-
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nce a person is diag-
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them as comfortable as possible
as they near the end of their
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and social workers to remove
themselves emotionally from
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investment in her patients’
lives. Her dedication and com-
passion have earned her the
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pice social worker of the year.
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Hannah, 42, graduated
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work from Fordham University.
While in college, she experi-
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for the patient.
Her career in social
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Thank you all for your
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Ronald McDonald
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Annie) have partnered with
Raymond McLeod (Jekyll &
Hyde, Wild Party, Wonderful
Town) and Deborah Kym-
McLeod (Director of Radio
Broadway, principal teacher at
Stella Adler Conservatory and
talent manager, currently rep-
resenting the actress who plays
Matilda).
The McLeods and the
McVeys both traveled and
performed with their children
on the national tours of Les
Misérables and Evita, making
their experience and teach-
ing invaluable for young per-
formers.
The all-star team is
working with Suzanne Kraai,
music program director at
Eastern Christian School,
and James Anderson, director
of the Eagles Learning
Center, to raise the bar for
the young talent in this com-
munity. Any student from the
tri-state area entering fifth
grade through college who
has a desire to learn more
about the entertainment
industry, to improve their
acting or singing skills, or to
have a professional career on
Broadway, in film, or in tele-
vision, should run to register
for this program. You are
encouraged to schedule your
interview soon, as enrollment
is limited.
The program is divided
into two sessions. Session I,
for students entering fifth
through ninth grade, runs
July 8–19. Session II, for stu-
dents entering tenth grade
through college, runs July
22–August 2. The schedule
for both sessions is Mon-
day–Friday, 9am–3pm. The
students will produce a show-
case at the end of each ses-
sion.
There will also be audi-
tions for a musical, open to
high school and college stu-
dents. Rehearsals run sepa-
rately, 4:30–9:30pm from July
8–19, with a performance on
July 20.
The program will be
held in the beautiful air-con-
ditioned facilities at Eastern
Christian High School, locat-
ed at 50 Oakwood Avenue in
North Haledon.
For more information or
to have a registration form
sent to you, please e-mail
b_waynyc@yahoo.com or call
973-427-6244. You can also
visit www.eaglescamps.org/
programs/b-way-nyc-theater-
program.
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weekends at the Hospice of
New Jersey until six years ago,
when a full-time position
became available. “It was the
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Hannah. And to many in hos-
pice, Hannah’s service has
meant the world.
For the young 8-year-old
whose father was dying in
Hannah’s unit, she made death
seem like a natural transition.
On one of the father’s last
nights, Hannah planned an
overnight pajama party with
popcorn, art activities, goody
bags filled with surprises, and a
book that helps children cope
with a dying loved one. The
mother and child were able to
sleep comfortably next to the
dying man during the end of his
life. While the loss was hard,
the 8-year-old now has good
memories of her father’s “final
sleep.”
For the 19-year-old under-
privileged man, Hannah went
out of her way to make sure he
had his basic needs. She bought
him underwear, sweatpants and
T-shirts so he wouldn’t have to
wear a hospital gown and dia-
pers. Hannah was able to make
him comfortable and to help
maintain his dignity. She even
ordered a Thanksgiving dinner
for the man and his family.
“Hannah sets the pace for
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patient’s needs,” said Maryanne
Bressan, director of operations
for HONJ.
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Hannah has been the recipient
of the Silver Award for the
Andrew Parker Award, given
by American Hospice to
employees who emulate
founder Andrew Parker by pro-
moting, providing and advocat-
ing for patients.
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ment. Sign up for your 15 minute ses-
sion with “Joey” on Tuesdays: May 21
and June 4 & 18, between 5:30pm and
6:30pm. All programs are free of
charge. Please call or visit the Library
to reserve your place. Butler Public
Library is located at 1 Ace Road, behind
the municipal building; visit us at
www.butlerlibrary.org, or by phone
973-838-3262.
•There will be no fines charged for any
overdue materials from the Butler
Public Library, returned during the week
of June 10– 15. Return those overdue
books & DVDs without incurring fines.
Materials must be owned by Butler
Public Library only. Any materials
owned by other libraries will still be sub-
ject to fines. Butler Public Library is
located at 1 Ace Road, behind the
municipal building, on the internet at
www.butlerlibrary.org, or by phone
973-838-3262.
•The Unorthodox Wood Carving Club is
now excepting new members. We are a
small group of woodcarvers with inter-
ests in carving duck decoys, birds, and
all other types of wood carving designs.
Some power equipment available for
use. Please stop by Pompton Mill Works
2nd Floor 145 Ringwood Ave Wanaque
or call 973-934-6520 for more infor-
mation.
•The Bloomingdale Friends of the
Library would like to welcome new
members/volunteers. If you are look-
ing to make new friends, want to share
your leadership skills, and participate in
our fundraising events, please come to a
meeting and help support the library!
You can make a difference in your com-
munity! Meetings are on the 3rd
Wednesday of each month, at 7pm in
the Council Chambers, above the
library. For questions or more info
please call or stop by the Bloomingdale
Free Public Library, 101 Hamburg
Turnpike, Bloomingdale or call 973-
838-0077.
•Whether you are still suffering from
the bleak memories of war or have
resolved to put it all behind you, Point
Man Ministries is for you. Point Man is
not a social club of old war heroes
telling war stories, it is a Christian min-
istry dedicated to helping veterans find
peace with themselves and the world
around them. If you are doing fine after
the war, that’s fantastic but don’t forget
about your buddies who are still suffer-
ing. Your encouragement could mean
the world to them. Find out how you can
help. Call Barry Jensen at 973-809-
9665. Point Man Ministries meets the
first Thursday of every month from
7:30-9:30pm at Cornerstone Chapel
620 Route 23 North, Pompton Plains
•The Pompton Lakes Republican Club
invites you to its monthly meetings on
the third Thursday of each month at the
VFW Post 2906 off Wanaque Avenue in
Pompton Lakes. Membership is open to
the public. Get involved with the PLRC
and participate in informative meetings,
community outreach, scholarships for
youth, and social activities. Questions?
Call 973-835-4025 or e-mail
kbaig@optonline.net.
•The Circle of Friendship, a support
group for the separated and divorced,
meets at 7:30pm every Thursday at St.
Mary’s Church 17 Pompton Ave. in
Pompton Lakes. For further information
call Christine at 973-335-9880.
•Passaic Valley Hospice, a non-profit
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C
ook this grilled
salmon with spicy
honey-basil sauce
on the backyard grill or
under the broiler for a
quick and easy dinner.
Cook salmon that’s 1/2 to
3/4 inch thick for 5 to 8
minutes total; cook salmon
that’s 1 to 1 1/2 inches
thick for 8 to 12 minutes
total. When broiling, keep
fish 4 inches from flame.
You can buy salmon as fil-
lets or as steaks. Skin on
the fillets comes off easily
after cooking.
Ingredients
2 tablespoons pine nuts,
toasted
1 tablespoon honey
2 tablespoons fresh lemon
juice
1
⁄4 cup olive oil
1
⁄2 cup packed fresh basil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 small red chile or 1
medium jalapeno,
chopped (include the
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4 skinless salmon fillets, 4
ounces each
1
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diced
1
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diced
1
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chopped
1 tablespoon balsamic
vinegar
1 tablespoon olive oil
Salt and ground white
pepper, to taste
DIRECTIONS
Place pine nuts, honey,
lemon juice, 1/4 cup olive
oil, basil, garlic, and chile in
a blender and process until
the mixture is pureed. Spoon
the sauce over the salmon,
and turn to coat. Cover
and refrigerate overnight
or for at least 4 hours,
turning twice.
Place bell peppers and
watercress in a bowl. Toss
with vinegar and 1 table-
spoon olive oil. Cover
and refrigerate while the
salmon cooks.
Oil the grill rack and pre-
heat the grill to medium-
high. Remove the salmon
from the marinade, reserv-
ing the marinade. Sprinkle
the salmon with salt and pep-
per on both sides.
Place the salmon on the
grill rack and grill until
opaque throughout, 4 to 6
minutes on each side. Brush
occasionally with reserved
marinade. Garnish with bell
pepper and watercress mix-
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organization, is in need of volunteers for
various duties. Volunteers are an inte-
gral part of the professional hospice
team that provides physical, emotional,
and spiritual support to the terminally
ill. Volunteers work directly with patients
and families, providing respite for care-
givers, companionship for patients and
families, and errand-runs. Weekday vol-
unteers are especially needed. For addi-
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T
he McKenna School
of Dance will be
celebrating its 64th
anniversary of teaching dance
in the Wayne area with the
ballet production of “Alice in
Wonderland” and
will be preceded by
the variety produc-
tion of “The Great
Outdoors.” Perfor-
mances are Satur-
day, May 18 at
7pm and Sunday,
May 19 at 2pm at
the Wayne YMCA
on Pike Drive in
Wayne.
Students from
Wayne and sur-
rounding areas will
be appearing as the
characters in the
story.
Amy Hooker,
a senior at Wayne
Valley High School
will dance the role
of Alice; the White Rabbit
will be performed by Jennie
Stranz from Lincoln Park;
Emily Lau of North Caldwell
will appear as The Mad
Hatter; Sabrina Shay of North
Haldeon will be the cater-
pillar/butterfly; Stephanie
Stranz of Lincoln Park will
dance the role of the Queen
of Hearts; Maryanna Tosi of
Wayne will dance the role of
the March Hare;
Tarra Frawley of New-
foundland will dance
the role of the Door
Mouse; and the Che-
shire Cat will be per-
formed by Yanna C.,
a student at Wayne
Valley HS.
Many other stu-
dents from the sur-
rounding areas will
appear as the remain-
ing characters in the
story. For information
please contact The
McKenna School of
Dance at 973-628-
1676 or visit our web-
site at www.mcken-
naschoolofdance.com.
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Alice in Wonderland
bond markets, wouldn’t you
think? Actually, the plan is
flawless, as everyone will die
eventually and earlier or later
doesn’t financially matter to
the son because he can retire
on time, regardless of dad’s
longevity.
Though there are many
good reasons for purchasing
life insurance, let me illustrate
one more that is vitally impor-
tant and a reason not to pur-
chase the cheap term insur-
ance variety. I’ll use myself as
an example. I entered this
business at age 19 and shortly
after purchased term insur-
ance. In my late twenties, I
purchased more life insurance
as my family grew, but this
time I purchased a cash accu-
mulation type of policy. When
I hit age 30, I was diagnosed
an adult onset type II diabetic;
this rendered my days of a pre-
ferred, select or premier
underwriting classification out
the window. I was now a rated
applicant that could no longer
shop for the cheapest term
insurance across the country
at renewal time. The term
coverage I currently had was
going to keep increasing in
cost till one day it would
become unmanageable. How-
ever, the universal type of
policies I purchased were pro-
tected from my change in
underwriting status. Once I
was accepted, any subsequent
change in health would have
no effect on the premiums.
What I am discussing is
the most important asset that
everyone possesses: “insurabil-
ity.” Once compromised, it’s
lost forever! Thank goodness I
purchased life insurance that
would not and could not be
denied to me by my diabetic
condition or 18 years later at
age 48 when I suffered a quin-
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ill Boswell, sales associ-
ate with Coldwell
Banker Residential
Brokerage in Franklin Lakes,
has been announced by
Realtor Magazine as a member
of its prestigious “30 Under 30
Class of 2012,” a group of
young professionals across the
country who exemplify “the
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prowess that’s raising the bar
in real estate today.” Realtor
Magazine is the official
magazine of the National
Association of Realtors.
Boswell, 29, was selected
after Realtor Magazine nar-
rowed down a field of approx-
imately 400 applicants to 50
finalists, and then opened up
the final round to online vot-
ing. Boswell’s real estate col-
leagues and clients were
among the voters who rallied
to secure him a spot in the “30
under 30.”
Boswell, who entered
real estate in 2005, has built
his reputation as a prominent
real estate professional and
previews luxury property spe-
cialist serving Bergen, Essex,
Morris and Passaic Counties.
Boswell is co-leader of the
Boswell/Aiosa Group with
Ronnie Aiosa, sales associate
with the Kinnelon office of
Coldwell Banker Residential
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knowledge of his local market
with focused online marketing
to reach buyers and sellers fur-
ther and faster.
Boswell has earned sever-
al accolades for his sales suc-
cess. Among his company
awards, Boswell earned the
Coldwell Banker Inter-
national Presi-dent’s Circle
Award for 2012, ranking with-
in the top five percent of
82,200 Coldwell Banker
agents worldwide. He also
achieved the New Jersey
Association of Realtors
(NJAR) Circle of Excellence
Sales Award for 2012, ranking
at the prestigious gold level.
Along with fellow office list-
ing agent Gina Ospina,
Boswell recently obtained a
contract on the 92-acre Mt.
Saint Francis Victorian manor
in Ringwood Township that
had been listed for $9.35 mil-
lion.
“I am incredibly proud
of Bill for achieving member-
ship in the ‘30 Under 30’
Class of 2012. This honor
recognizes him as one of the
brightest rising stars in the
real estate industry,” said
Hal Maxwell, president of
Coldwell Banker Residential
Brokerage in New Jersey and
Rockland County, NY.
Colette Ravaché, branch
vice president of Coldwell
Banker Residential Brokerage
in Franklin Lakes, said that
Boswell represents the tried
and true maxim of placing the
customer first. “His dedication
to first-class service has right-
fully earned him an esteemed
reputation among his clients
and colleagues,” she said.
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continued on page 27
C
indy Gallagher, a
sales associate with
Coldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage in
Kinnelon, has been honored
by New Jersey Monthly
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five-star real estate agent.
With the five-star recogni-
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by fewer than two percent of
the 80,700 real estate agents
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Recipients of this presti-
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statewide independently con-
ducted survey. Recent home-
buyers were asked to evaluate
each real estate agent in the
areas of customer service,
integrity, market knowledge,
communication, negotiation,
closing preparation, post-sale
service, finding the right
home, marketing of a home,
and overall satisfaction, as
well as whether they would
recommend the agent to a
friend.
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nized by the largest and most
widely published real estate
agent award program in North
America, and I am proud of
her. This honor is truly
deserved,” said Jane Trust
Ryan, branch vice president of
Coldwell Banker Residential
Brokerage in Kinnelon.
A perennial award-win-
ner for her professional
accomplishments, Gallagher
also earned the Coldwell
Banker International Presi-
dent’s Circle Award for her
2012 achievements, ranking
within the top five percent of
82,200 Coldwell Banker
sales associates worldwide.
Gallagher additionally earned
the New Jersey Association of
Realtors (NJAR) Circle of
Excellence Award at the gold
level for her sales excellence
in 2012. She is a member of
the NJAR Distinguished Sales
Club for winning the NJAR
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Bill Boswell spotlighted as “30 under 30” real estate agent
by National Realtor Magazine
One example of this cus-
tomer service, as Boswell
recalled on the “30 Under
30” website, was setting up a
temporary office on the
porch of a client whose clos-
ing was delayed, just so he
could keep her comfortable
as he ironed out the issue.
Boswell is a graduate of
Seton Hall University and
studied real estate at the
American School of Business.
He is a member of the
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Realtors, NJAR, the Passaic
County Board of Realtors, the
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Cindy Gallagher honored as five-star real estate agent
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OVER 25 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN
SALES & MARKETING
A Aative Of Kinnelon
#1 1op Producer
Relocation Specialist
Circle Of Excellence
Premier Sales Agent
Preview Property Specialist
Offered by Coldwell Banker & Cindy Gallagher 973.714.3897
Visit www.LuxuryHomesofKinnelon.com For Luxury Listings
CINDY’S
RECENT SOLDS!
KINNELON/RENAISSANCE RIDGE $1,175,000
The Ultimate in Privacy. Beautiful Custom CH Col. is set on 11.92 wooded
acres with fab. panoramic mountaintop views and your own private tennis
ct. Spectacular gourmet kit. offers maple cabinets, granite countertops, a sub
zero refrig., Montague gas stove, wet bar, lg. center island, wine racks &
porcelain tile floor. A large FDR, a Great Room w/stone fplc, skylights, and
French doors to a lg. Trex deck w/hot tub & fabulous views. FLR/library
offers Maplewood built-ins deep crown moldings, gas fplc w/granite sur-
round. Hardwood flrs, C/Vac, in law BR or office, 3 car Main level gar.
Upstairs offers MBR suite with two walk-in closets and a marble bathroom fit
for a King or Queen. 3 additional BR’s, full bath, laundry room. Lower level
offers a rec room, storage space, workshop & powder room. Plenty of room
for an in-ground pool if you desire. Kinnelon offers a top-rated school sys-
tem and is only 35 miles from New York City. Close to schools and major
highways for easy access. GSMLS#3031111
KINNELON $599,000
WOW! Great price. All you need to do is unpack. It has all been
done for you!!, you will fall in love with this home pride of owner
ship, updated EIK with cherry and granite large deck off kitchen. The
kitchen is open to the family room for entertaining. A formal dining
rm and a formal living rm with a fireplace, hardwood floors and
crown moldings. A laundry rm and two-car main level garage. The
second level has a very spacious master bdrm suite with two walk-in
closets, a luxurious master bath and an office/sitting area. 3 addi-
tional bedrooms and a full bath. Finished walkout lower level is per-
fect for an in law suite with a kitchenette, living room, a bedroom and
a full bath. Situated on 1.18 acres with a fenced in backyard and a
above ground pool, paver walkway. Newer AC, Windows, roof,
deck and driveway. GSMLS#3021315
KINNELON $530,000
This fabulous stone + vinyl sided home has been all updated for you.
Just unpack + move in. Newer eat in kitchen with cherry cabinets, &
granite countertops. A large living room and formal dining room with
Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, a newer powder room with a
pedestal sink, a flrm room w/stone frpl. The Great rm has a tray ceil-
ing and large windows that overlook the large deck + level yard.
Backs up to Pyramid Mountain Park for hiking. Upstairs offers a mas-
ter bedroom suite with hrdwflrs a walk-in closet and a master bath w/
a shower, and a granite double sink vanity. 2 more bdrms + a full
bath with a Jacuzzi tub. A few steps down to the LL offers a laundry
rm and office, a 2 car gar. and a storage area. Paver patio, Paver
walk ways, central air, shed, lawn sprinklers, newer hot water heater.
GSMLS# 2994721
BUTLER $489,000
Like Fine Wine this stunning early 1900’s Dutch Colonial is aged to per-
fection. Old World Charm and Character is eminent in every room with
original woodwork and hardwood floors throughout. The Formal Living
room with a brick fireplace and original built-ins with beveled glass. A
Sunroom to enjoy that morning cup of coffee. A Formal Dining room
with French doors. The Kitchen offers granite countertops and a break-
fast bar, a Powder room with custom chestnut cabinetry, and the porch
with wainscoting. Attention to detail in every room. Beautiful park like
property with extra large detached garage with a potbelly stove and a
Studio/Office. "You will fall in love the minute you walk in the front
door." Close to schools, shopping, town center and major highways
Route 287, 23, 80 and 46 for easy access. GSMLS# 3030873
KINNELON/FAYSON LAKES $325,000
Move right in to this fabulous starter home with charm + character
in this wonderful Fayson Lakes community. Large foyer, living room
with gas fireplace, hardwood floors, beamed ceiling + sky lights.
Updated kitchen with granite countertops, maple cabinets, and a
gas range and sliding glass doors to the deck with views of the
rolling hills. Two bedrooms and a full bath with a pedestal sink.
The lower level offers a third bedroom or recreation room, a walk
in closet, a utilty room with laundry area and a door to the yard.
Close to the main beach for swimming, boating, fishing & tennis.
GSMLS# 3014089
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE $575,000
WOW!! Enjoy fabulous views of the mountains from this updated cen-
ter hall colonial. You will feel like you are on vacation with the outdoor
kit., the fire pit & hot tub. The main level offers a large foyer, formal liv-
ing room, formal dining room, a newer powder room, newer eat in
kitchen with a gas stove, a family room with a brick fireplace, and a
large 3 season room which overlooks the breath taking views. 2nd level
offers a newer full bath, a master bed room with 2 closets, newer mas-
ter bath room with a cherry vanity, granite counter tops, soaking tub,
and a large shower stall with beautiful tile. 3 additional bedrooms, hard-
wood floors, a finished walkout lower level with large windows over
looking the back yard, a powder room,a recreation room with a bar, a
2 car gar. Enjoy swimming, boating, sailing, horseback riding, tennis
and a 24 hour gated community. GSMLS# 2989754
KINNELON /SMOKE RISE $715,000
Fabulous 5 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom CH Colonial with a contemporary
flair. Bright and Spacious. Large 2 story foyer, Living room & Formal
Dining room with crown moldings. Large EIK with Venetian granite
countertops, Jennair Stainless Steel appliances, open to the spacious
Great room w Brick FRPL, Skylights & sliding doors to the large deck for
entertaining. Main level in-law suite/office, full bath & laundry area. The
2nd level offers a Master bedroom suite with a walk-in closet, hardwood
floors, a new bathroom w/ a granite double sink vanity, tumbled tile
floor & large stall shower. Three additional bedrooms and a full bath.3-
car garage on 1.85 acres. New roof and septic in 2008. Above oil tank
Cali. Closets, hrdwd flrs. Enjoy swimming, boating, tennis, horseback
riding in this wonderful gated community only 35 miles from NYC. Top
rated schools. GSMLS#3031817
SPECTACULAR VIEWS IN-LAW SUITE BACKS UP TO PYRAMID MOUNTAIN
EARLY 1900’S DUTCH COLONIAL FABULOUS STARTER HOME WITH CHARM FABULOUS VIEWS OF THE MOUNTAINS COLONIAL WITH CONTEMPORARY FLAIR
Sold Address List Price
102 South Glen Rd
Kinnelon Estates, Kinnelon ..............................$1,300,000
7 Bayberry Drive
Kinnelon.............................................................. $ 950,000
6 Hemlock Lane
Smoke Rise, Kinnelon ........................................$899,000
208 Kinnelon Rd.,
Kinnelon................................................................$750,000
25 Chilhowie Dr. Stonybrook Highlands,
Kinnelon................................................................$499,000
5 Ledgewood Trail,
Fayson Lakes, Kinnelon........................................$450,000
21 Northwood Drive,
High Crest Lake, West Milford ............................$344,900
325 Glenwild Ave.,
Bloomingdale........................................................$275,000

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