DON’T COMPROMISE ON QUALITY...
Just move right in to this all brick, custom built Ranch. Situated on a large, professionally landscaped lot with a circular drive, this home has all you need! Separate bedroom wing with 4 Bedrooms. Master Suite has 2 large walk-in closets & Bath with Jacuzzi tub. Convenient 1st floor Laundry Room, oversized garage & more. Offered at $398,000 in Scotch Plains.
EXQUISITE NEW CONSTRUCTION
The moment you step into the impressive 2 story entry foyer, you begin to appreciate the workmanship & attention to detail that characterize this home. Family Room, a Kitchen that would impress any chef & adjacent Breakfast Room, private Master Suite has Bath & separate Exercise Room. Huge basement, 2 zone heat & CAC. Offered at $850,000 in Westfield.
Roe Dunlap 4 Homes Sold Over $1.1 Million in Sales
“In November we gave thanks for all of our loyal customers
who helped make the month busy, exciting and fruitful.”
“WE’RE SELLING HOUSES!”
Faith Maricic 4 Homes Sold Over $1 Million in Sales
– Jean T. Massard, Vice President, Westfield Office
Cathy Splinter 3 Homes Sold Pat Plante
3 Homes Sold
SALESPERSON OF THE MONTH FIRST RUNNER-UP
Instantly appealing, pristine Raised Ranch! A gracious entry accesses the grand living room and "pickled floors" accent the living room & dining room... The dinein kitchen has a JennAir cooking island & ceramic tile floor... A picture window and builtin bookshelves enhance the family room that has the convenience of an adjoining full bath and an exit to the brick patio & lush fenced grounds... Four bedrooms, two more baths, recessed lighting and generous closets throughout, plus, a quarry tile floored mud room to the double, side entry garage... And, multizone baseboard hot water heat & central air! $419,000... Call us today for a tour of this lovely home.
This spacious center entry Colonial is set on a quiet culdesac... The elegant living room has a fireplace and a wall of builtin bookshelves with cabinets below... A huge family room with a woodburning stove spans the back of the house... The flagstone floored & screened porch is shaded by awnings and exits to a patio... Cherry cabinets and a builtin table are in the pretty, dinein kitchen... Convenient first floor powder room... The carpeted master bedroom provides a private bath... Pine paneled basement recreation room with bookshelves, plus a laundry area. $464,500. Now is the time for you to see this wonderful home! Call us today!
TWO GREAT WESTFIELD LISTINGS
Celebrating 27 Years of Landmark Service
REALTOR ® 44 ELM ST. WESTFIELD, NJ
VOTE “YES” FOR EXCELLENCE DECEMBER 15 WESTFIELD BOARD OF EDUCATION
BOND PROPOSAL TOGETHER AGAIN…Members of the Westfield High School Class of 1948 gather for their 50th reunion at the Shackamaxon Country Club, where they dined, reminisced, and enjoyed the “Big Band”
music of their youth. The reunion weekend also included golf, a dinner at Steak & Ale in Mountainside, and a Sunday brunch. Recent Home Sales
T. F. and J. M. Jackson to Stephen DeRoux and Nancy Prendergast and Ruth Gaby, 1310 Prospect Street, $555,000.
L. P. and J. Bergin to Yin and Ioa I. Ma Ngeow, 400 Roanoke Road, $385,000.
A. R. and M. E. Williamson to Neal E. and Virginia L. Luppescu, 760 Lawrence Avenue, $759,000.
A. E. Needham to Desmond and Amy O’Brien, 418 Longfellow Avenue, $297,000.
J. A. Brumbaugh to Daniel F. Lynch, Jr., 300 B Clark Street, $265,000.
E. S. and N. B. Nelson to Thomas V. and Laura J. Fenn, 872 Winyah Avenue, $625,000.
M. and K.D. Schmid to James Anthony Yannazzno, Jr., 658 West Broad Street, $127,000.
S. and L. Pomerantz to Thomas W. and Lynn K. Ackermann, 643 Hyslip Avenue, $520,000.
M. E. Liszewski to Rafael and Rosa E. Fernandez, 515 Trinity Place, Unit 2CN, $172,500.
C. J. and G. E. Chehayl to Carl and Marjorie Scariati, 840 Cranford Avenue, $420,000.
R. V. H. Tranor to Joseph and Diane Shoback, 769 Marcellus Drive, $220,000.
L. C. Grambo to Gerard Hickey, 714 Boulevard, $570,000.
J. T. and P. A. Seery to Lauri A. Morrison, 414 Washington Street, $300,000.
R. and D. Weck to Christy L. Bucci, 811 Tice Place, $230,000.
E. E. Washburn to Brian W. and Melissa C. Pfeifer, 919 Columbus Avenue, $205,000.
G. J. Hickey to Kevin J. and Lisa A. Morris, 1900 Boynton Avenue, $228,900.
M. S. C. Kaveney to Kevin and Joyce Boley, 805 Embree Crescent, $275,000.
S. Lira and Marina Roesler to Andrew M. and Donna Wasserman, 471 Channing Avenue, $337,000.
R. R. and E. U. Hagman to Matthew S. and Christina S. Kaveney, 620 Coleman Place, $369,000.
C. E. and J. A. Reynolds to David C. and Ann Kloeppel, 659 Forest Avenue, $445,000.
S. Covras to Barry D. and Maria R. Morris, 726 Standish Avenue, $415,000.
C. H. and N. S. Brandt to Gary J. Knapp, 551 Topping Hill Road, $400,000.
V. K. Reddy to Craig E. and Judith A. Reynolds, 830 Kimball Avenue, $370,000.
D. and M. Hall to Frank D. Isoldi, 537 Downer Street, $142,500.
N. M. and T. V. Kotsolis to James C. Barrett, 573 Trinity Place, $245,000.
J. B. Flynn to Anijoe Realty Corp., 232 St. Paul Street, $295,000.
W. C. and P. A. Monninger to Nicholas G. and Lisa A. Karter, 638 Boulevard, $385,000.
Surene Ltd. Partnership to Mehmet Karaul and Helen Kwon-Karaul, 118 Sycamore Street, $339,900.
Surene Ltd. Partnership to Wendy G. Woodfield, 120 Sycamore Street, $357,500.
G. S. and G. M. England to Eddy, Anglade, and Wendy M. Rivers, 5 Sunnywood Drive, $369,000.
W. L. and D. Jacobs to Victor M. Maldonado and Lucia E. Perpina, 305 John Street, $224,000.
K. L. O’Leary to M. and K. Benou, 564 Lawrence Avenue, $432,000.
W. S. and D. A. Jeremiah to Michael N. Hering, 526 Highland Avenue, $505,000.
M. I. and H. M. Lehman to Ronald N. Duguid, 645 Shadowlawn Drive, $502,000.
Ginesi Builders, Inc. to Wenjun Zhang and Tanyue Chen, 743 Third Avenue, $308,000.
J. J. and D. A. Murphy to Lawrence F. McMahon, 810 Willow Grove Road, $437,500.
H. F. and V. A. Hitchcox to John J. and Donna Reilly, 1180 Tice Place, $295,000.
P. Basto Butkoff and P. Basto to Jonathon S. and Jacqueline C. Bass, 15 North Wickom Drive, $253,000.
Van L. Nguyen to Surendra M. and
WHS Class of 1948 Holds 50th Reunion Weekend
WESTFIELD — On October 10, 95 classmates, plus 55 spouses and friends of the Westfield Senior High School Class of 1948, gathered to celebrate the class’s 50th reunion at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains.
Twelve of the classmates gathered the day before at the country club for a luncheon and 18 holes of golf. That evening, class members had dinner at the Steak & Ale restaurant in Mountainside.
Saturday evening’s reunion featured a buffet dinner, as disk jockey Larry Kasar entertained the alumni with popular songs from the 1940s “big band” era. While renewing old friendships, those in attendance also took time out to remember 51 deceased class members.
Upon registering on Saturday evening, class members received
identification badges with each person’s 1948 Weathervane yearbook picture. They also were presented with a booklet containing biographies and sketches, along with color pictures, of their lives since graduation.
A highlight of the evening was the gift presentation to Letty Sinclair Hudak, Reunion Committee Chairwoman.
The day after the reunion, the classmates attended a brunch held at the Westfield Community Players headquarters on North Avenue in Westfield.
Usha Batra, 5 Wright Street, $518,000. John M. Timko, Jr. to John J. and Merrianne Timko, 2 Wedgewood Way, $320,000.
Kathleen M. Hill to Edward and Tracey McColly, 1 Morgan Way, $391,000.
Keith Williams to Keith Weir, 373 Fawnridge Drive, $293,900.
Stanley L. Herriott to Dorothy C. Herriott, 1701 Front Street, $100,000.
Ronald W. Leigh to Anton J. Zambell and Nicole P. Grieco, 1721 Rahway Road, $265,000.
Edward Jastrzebski to Louis and Kathy Daniele, 18 Winchester Drive, $625,000.
John A. Leitch to Warren and Sybil Slaten, 424 Grant Avenue, $239,000.
Van L. Nguyen to Paresh and Parul Patel, 9 Wright Street, $185,000.
Sandra L. Bonsall to Edmund J. and Helen D. Smyth, 10 Shady Lane, $172,000.
Renato Marcovecchio to Thomas and Tina Nakonechny, 32 Third Street,
$160,000. Edward McColly to Robert J. and Agnes Heller, 122 North Avenue, $225,000. Estate of George K. Gould to David J. and Laura Graham, 148 Tillotson Road, $187,500.
Local Musicians Plan Holiday Concert
WESTFIELD – James Hwang and Lizzy Myers, both of Westfield, will perform as a part of the Junior Strings of New Jersey Youth Symphony, Inc. (NJYS) in a Winter Concert on Sunday, December 13, at 3 p.m. at Edison Intermediate School in Westfield.
The orchestra will perform works by Stamitz, Vivaldi, Tchaikowsky and Jirovec, as well as arrangements of holiday music by Irving Berlin, Mark Hellem and Leroy Anderson.
Percussionists from the Youth Symphony will join the orchestra to perform “White Christmas” and “Sleigh Ride,” and Carla Kale of Hampton will perform on harp in the “Waltz” from Tchaikowsky’s The Nutcracker Suite.
Junior Strings is an orchestra of fifth to seventh grade string players led by Barbara Barstow. It is one of six groups of NJYS which includes four orchestras, a string training ensemble and a flute choir.
There will be an admission charge of $3. For more information, please contact the NJYS office at (908) 771-5544.
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