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74 Lilac Street74 Lilac Street in Bergenfield, NJ just went on the market for sale at $439,000 and will be open this Sunday, September 20th from 1 to 4 pm.  This pristine Cape Cod home has a lot size of 90 x 90 and property taxes of $10,506.

Special Outside Features

Here are some of the special features in this home.  I’m sure you’ll appreciate and love all of them!

Let’s start with the outside:

  • Vinyl Exterior
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Paver Patio & Walks
  • Beautiful Landscaped Grounds
  • Underground Lawn Sprinklers

Special Interior Features  74 Lilac St

  • Living Room Marble Fireplace
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Eat In Kitchen
  • 5 Burner Viking Stove
  • Stove Hood Vented Outside
  • 4 Bedrooms + Nursery Room
  • Basement Summer Kitchen
  • Oak Hardwood Floors – 1st & 2nd Floors

Additional Pluses

  • Gas Heat
  • Central Air      Bergenfield
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Vinyl Exterior
  • Paver Patio & Walk
  • Underground Sprinklers

74 Lilac Street is located on a dead end street which gives you the wonderful suburban ambiance of peace and quiet.  You’re also a short walk to NYC commuting buses and Dunkin Donuts.  Nearby is shopping from Walgreens to supermarkets to a terrific car wash.

Bergenfield is a town with a rich history of diversity.  Once a center of Irish culture in Bergen County it has grown to encompass a wide variety of cultures.  I like to say that this is an all American town – we have everyone from everywhere.  This makes Bergenfield a wonderful welcoming community.

The school system consistently wins awards and was recognized by Governor Chris Christie.  He highlighted Bergenfield Schools as high performing without raising taxes.  He spent a day hewre and had a video done on the District.

Because lot sizes are small – typically 50 x 100 – homes are more affordable.  As a result, this is a great destination for 1st time home buyers.  One of the popular Bergen County locations, I’ve devoted a section on my website to the town.

Stop by on Sunday from 1 to 4.  Don’t wait to see it because we expect it to be gone in a flash.




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