Coming soon in Fort Lee and Englewood are 2 new listings that are quite different.
Englewood homes are mostly gracious period colonials. These are beautiful, charming houses with high ceilings, wood detailing and large windows allowing abundant light inside. Styles include Victorian, Greek Revival, Farm House, Queen Anne, Georgian, Italianate, Colonial Revival and Tudor Revival. Englewood has a very special ambiance because of these gorgeous classic homes.
Coming soon on the market for sale is an early 20th century colonial. Built in 1918 it has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The current owner has redone the entire house and added central air. This is a 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a finished 3rd level. Here’s the floor plan for you –
- 1st floor has a living room, dining room, eat in kitchen and full bath
- 2nd floor has 3 bedrooms and a bath
- 3rd floor has a finished room and storage
I’m expecting to put it on the market somewhere around the mid 400’s.
Fort Lee is known for it’s many high rise luxury buildings. Because Fort Lee is literally connected to the George Washington Bridge, values there are high because demand is very strong. There are more co-op buildings in Fort Lee than anywhere else in Bergen County and more condo buildings too. People joke about this by calling Fort Lee Manhattan West.
Three high rise buildings were built in the mid 1960’s through the early 1970’s by the same group . They are called Mediterranean North, Mediterranean South and Mediterranean West. We call them Med North, Med South and Med West. These are luxury high rises with concierge services, outdoor pools, exercise rooms and other amenities.
Coming soon is a Med North 1 bedroom co-op unit with an amazing high floor western view. While a NYC skyline view is prized in Fort Lee, NYC views from Med North aren’t always terrific. This is because Med North is on top of the George Washington Bridge and several blocks from the eastern edge of town. As a result, the bridge itself blocks the view. So do other high rise buildings between Med North and NYC. Lights from the GW Bridge at night make it impossible to see past them too. As a result, western views from a top floor are also popular.
This 1 bedroom unit is being painted and getting professionally cleaned. New carpet has been ordered too. The projected asking price is $129,900.
So this is what’s coming soon in Englewood and Fort Lee. If you’re interested in either property or would like more information, just text or call me at 201-741-8490.