16 Bakley Terrace
Located on a quiet street in the highly sought after Pleasantdale section of West Orange, this absolutely pristine, 15-room, center hall colonial – with mahogany hardwood floors, fine millwork, neutral palette, six large bedrooms (five with full en suite baths), full in-law suite, panoramic views and built-in three-car garage – promises the very best in contemporary suburban living. A front entry with double door, welcomes visitors. Inside, broad archways open from the center foyer to the formal living room and spacious dining room creating a natural flow ideal for entertaining on a grand scale. The dining room features rich paneled wainscoting, and large windows, with transoms above, bathe both rooms in warm natural light. Double French doors lead from the living room to the study brightening and expanding both areas, and creating front-to-back sight lines.
About West Orange
Victoria Carter Town Guides: West Orange
Nestled amidst the valleys and ridges of the Watchung Mountains, West Orange has almost 50,000 residents and is home to many actors, Broadway stars, artists and musicians giving it a trendy, cosmopolitan vibe. It’s also the former home of the legendary inventor Thomas Edison, his previous residence now a national historic park and museum.
West Orange homes have an array of architectural styles including Victorians, colonials, ranches and Cape Cods. The town also has many family-friendly entertainment and recreational activities including winding trails throughout the South Mountain and Eagle Rock Reservations, the Turtle Back Zoo, a treetop adventure course and the Richard J. Codey skating arena. For foodies, West Orange offers more than 220 restaurants.
The school system is highly-rated and known for arts and music. Residents with school-age children matriculate into 11 public schools or several prestigious private schools. Read More
What residents like best
- Highly-rated schools with award-winning arts and music programs
- South Mountain and Eagle Rock Reservations
- Thomas Edison National Historic Park and Museum
- South Mountain Recreation Complex
- Easy commute to New York City
Hazel Elementary Mount Pleasant Pleasantdale Elementary Redwood Elementary St Cloud Elementary Washington Elementary
Liberty Middle School Roosevelt Middle School Thomas A Edison School
West Orange High School
- Train: NYC commute into New York Penn Station and Hoboken 28-37 minutes. Free Jitney service to Orange and South Orange stations
- Roads: Interstates 280/287, I-95, Garden State Parkway
- Airport: Newark International Airport approximately 12 miles