COMING SOON 3BR Home With Puddingstone Panache In Parsippany

Dated: 01/02/2018

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Seeking a gorgeous 3BR/2.5 Bath home in a super location that's both tranquil and private, yet minutes from Morristown29 High Ridge Road's your house! Located in Parsippany Township, this elegant yet comfortable nearly 3,000 square foot home offers a rare mix of upgrades and high-end finish work. 


29 High Ridge Road


The master suite rivals any 5-star hotel or spa with a jetted tub and a true steam shower--and check out the massive closet space!

29 High Ridge Road


29 High Ridge Road
Make amazing meals in this well-appointed kitchen or grill for a crowd in your private oasis backyard--pool and hot tub fun for all!

Check out the beautiful hardwood floor
Lovely patio overlooking your new pool
The private, tranquil location in Puddingstone Heights in Parsippany Township lies minutes from Morristown, New York City transportation and area highways.

Commuter DREAM location!

Want more? See the virtual tour here or stop by the open house on January 14th from 1 to 3 pm. Can't make it? Call Team Nest Builder's Lynn Garafola now for a private tour at 973-222-3777!

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