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Normandy Parkway Colonial Sells for $1.29M

Only six homes went off the market in Morris Township and Morris Plains.

Hear that? It's the sound of not very many houses going off the market recently. In fact, none sold in Morristown, with only five in Morris Township and one in Morris Plains. The big ticket item, on Normandy Parkway, dropped almost $200,000 before finally being bought.

Here are some more details about what was sold:

Morris Township

Address Style Year Built Total Rooms Bedrooms Baths List Price
Sold Price 14 Normandy Parkway Colonial 1989 11 5 5.2 $1,450,000 $1,290,000 4 Cromwell Drive West Colonial, Split Level
1957 10 4 3 $649,900 $630,000 18 Woodcrest Drive Townhouse-End Unit 1987 9 3 2.1 $649,000 $625,000 139 Woodland Ave. Cape Cod, Colonial 1953 11 5 2 $449,999 $445,000 56 Keats Way Townhouse-Interior 1982 7 2 2.1 $385,000 $375,000

Morris Plains

31 Maple Ave. Colonial 1923 6 2 2 $359,000 $350,000

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See what sold in ParsippanyMadisonEast Hanover and Florham Park.

John Manos January 06, 2013 at 08:58 PM
Which Real Estate companies sold these homes? Weichert, Coldwell Banker, etc?

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