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738 Lake Avenue
Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097
Welcome to 738 Lake Ave in Woodbury Heights. This home is in a charming neighborhood and has been recently updated and is move-in ready. Relax on the 1920's era covered front porch and then enter into a newly remodeled home. You will see the high ceilings, new dark wood-look flooring, ceiling lights in the expansive living and dining rooms. The dining room is open to the kitchen with white shaker style cabinets, quartz counter tops, gas cooking and peninsula. The main level has a new half bath and a back sitting porch off the kitchen which overlooks the good size back yard. On the upper level there is a new big full bath, three bedrooms all with original hardwood floors. Through one of the bedrooms there is an access staircase to the attic. The attic has been completely refinished and does have central air and heat, and high ceilings for an attic. The attic is additional living space as is the fully finished basement. The basement also has higher ceilings and ceiling lights. New siding installed this year and new roof installed approximately 6 to 7 years ago as was the concrete driveway. Make your appointment today to see this beautiful home!
Listing courtesy of BRIGHT / RE/MAX Live Well
Last updated Jan 17, 2022
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