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If you are looking to buy a home in Nutley NJ or sell your current home in Nutley NJ I would be happy to sit down with you and show you why we are different.
I strive to make my clients home buying and home selling experience the best I can, in today's world where everyone just expects "Bad Customer Service" I do my best to treat my clients the way I would like to be treated I give my clients the best and most honest advice and service that I can when buying their first home or selling their current home. Let's face it the average consumer does not have a very good perception of Realtor's these days I would like to change that perception by being available when my client has a question or concern and by giving them the best advice possible based on my experience, not my opinion.
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About Nutley NJ
Nutley derived its name from the large estate of the Satterthwaite family, established in 1844, which stretched along the banks of the Passaic River. In 1902, the quaint town of Franklin, New Jersey, once the northeast corner of Newark, changed its name to Nutley when a growth in population prompted a change in the form of government from Township to Mayor/Council. Prior to this event, the geographical area now called Nutley had a colorful 236 years of recorded history.
Since no photographs and little actual recorded data that describe life in Nutley in its earliest days are available, our knowledge dating back to 1666 must be inferred from other resources. These include paintings, old maps, wills, estate inventories, and most important, contemporary photographs of historic buildings in Nutley that survived the ages and today stand as a living and vibrant part of Nutley’s heritage. The fact that so many historic buildings exist bodes well for the people of Nutley and those in local government positions, for it is the Township of Nutley that has acquired ownership of three historic sites: Kingsland Manor, Van Riper House, Church Street School ( Nutley Museum). In addition to these, the Vreeland Homestead and 12 homes within the Enclosure Historic District are listed on the State and National Register of Historic Places and are maintained by local homeowners.
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All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Last date updated: Jun 25, 2017 11:13:pm.
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