387 Turrell Avenue
Located just a few blocks from Grove Park, in the desirable Montrose section, this lovely colonial is positioned to take full advantage of all this thriving community has to offer. With broad streets, gas lamps, distinctive home, Village shopping and NYC commuter trains nearby, the quality of life in this neighborhood exceptional. As tall trees and manicured shrubbery frame the exterior, this impressive home invites you to enter and explore.
The enclosed entry vestibule offer convenient entry, as you deposit shoes and coats. Beyond the vestibule, the generous living room serves as the perfect introduction to gleaming wood floors that continue into the adjoining dining room and sunny family room. The kitchen sparkles with white cabinets, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Two windows welcome the sunlight, while space remains for your breakfast table and chairs. Nearby are stairs to the lower level, entry to the powder room and a door to the fenced backyard.
Bedrooms are comfortably arranged on the second level. The master suite includes two closets and French doors opening to a sitting room, suggesting the option for a future master bath. The second and third levels are well designed and all bedrooms are served by the hall bath. The fourth bedroom is found on the third level along with walk-in attic storage. There is additional storage space on the lower level, along with easy access to utilities.
About South Orange
Victoria Carter Town Guides: South Orange
South Orange is steeped in history - its oldest building, the Stone House, dates back to 1680 and many of its tree-lined streets still have gaslighting. With a population of 16,000 people, residents enjoy a cosmopolitan village center, eclectic restaurants and one of a kind stores. Fashionable South Orange has a trendy, urban vibe and is only 35 minutes away from New York City.
With an excellent school system, South Orange has three elementary schools, a middle school, and the highly-rated Columbia High School, which draws from Maplewood as well. South Orange is an ideal community for families and a commuter hub to New York City. It is also home to Seton Hall University and the well-known South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC).
Residents enjoy an active lifestyle with access to the South Mountain Reservation and 62 acres of parkland and open spaces. There are pools, playgrounds, tennis courts and even a popular duck pond. On rainy days, the South Orange public library offers on-going programs the entire family can enjoy. Read More
What residents like best
- History of township
- Trendy downtown and restaurant scene
- Top rated schools
- Access to the South Mountain reservation
- South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC)
- Midtown Direct to New York City
Marshall Elementary School
South Mountain Elementary School
South Mountain Elementary Annex
South Orange Middle School
Columbia High School
Seton Hall University
- Train: NYC Commute 31 – 37 minutes, South Orange station to New York City Penn Station
- Major Roads: Interstate 78
- Airport: Newark International Airport 11 miles