Heafey Baum Group presents

Heafey Baum Group presents

Midcentury Montclair Retreat

$1,095,000
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Midcentury Modern Retreat

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Midcentury Retreat

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Located in a private setting surrounded with verdant views. Fantastic indoor/outdoor living and entertaining highlighted by three sizable new decks.  A terrazzo entry welcomes you and leads immediately to an open kitchen / great room with a fireplace and spacious upper deck. Two light filled bedrooms and a shared bath complete the main level. Downstairs boasts a bedroom, office, rumpus room with fireplace, laundry room with lower deck and separate entrance. Solar panels and Tesla powerwall make this classic midcentury the perfect modern home.  Abundant storage, attached garage and a separate parking area complete this private residence close to Montclair Village, Thorhill Elementary & Montclair Swim Club.  

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Schedule

Open Houses:
August 29th 2-4:30

Brokers Tour:

August 30th 11-1

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Teresa Baum
(510) 219-3404
[email protected]

Contact Matt Heafey
(510) 541-1754
[email protected]

Teresa Baum

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DRE# 01731096

Matt Heafey

Compass

DRE# 01723973

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