105 Dundee Ct, Aberdeen NJ 07747

Welcome to 105 Dundee Ct in Aberdeen!

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Located in one of Monmouth County’s best condo communities is 105 Dundee Ct in Aberdeen!  Not often do such affordable condo units have a full & extremely large walk-out basement like this home.  Very well-kept and in move-in condition, this home has quite a few features that will catch today’s buyers.  First is it’s great location, nearby shopping, great area schools, and transportation to North Jersey and New York City.

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The ground-level unit features an open living & dining rooms, right off the spacious kitchen.  Laundry room and main bath follow down the main hallway, with both the master suite and guest bedroom, at the end of the hallway.  The master suite features it’s own full bathroom and a walk-in closet.  The deck is offered out of the guest bedroom.

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The biggest difference-maker for 105 Dundee Ct is the amazing and huge full, partially-finished, basement below the ground-level unit.  Accessed from inside the unit, the basement offers an additional finished room that can be used as a family room, office, play pen, or third bedroom.  The other space in the basement offers a great amount of possibility with high ceilings and plenty of space for storage or to potentially finish.

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The basement also walks-out to a great patio and private space that can be utilized to BBQ and entertain friends and family.  Overall, 105 Dundee Ct in Aberdeen is a wonderful opportunity to buy into a great community at a great value and have plenty of amazing features and space!

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Thank you for reading and spread the word about 105 Dundee Ct in Aberdeen!

John Natale Jr.

The Natale Group

Keller Williams Realty East Monmouth

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-Mail: NataleSells@Gmail.com

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24 Edward Street, East Brunswick NJ 08816

Welcome to 24 Edward St in East Brunswick, NJ

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This beautiful home in East Brunswick truly has one of the town’s best backyards! There is an in-ground pool, plenty of ‘green space,’ great terraced deck, large paver patio – overall the perfect backyard for daily fun and entertaining.

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Past having one of East Brunswick’s most unbelievable backyards, 24 Edward St. has an amazing move-in ready interior.  An extremely spacious and open lay-out features a newer, updated eat-in kitchen with granite counter-tops, formal living and dining rooms, and a large family room or den complete with a fireplace.

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24 Edward St also features four large bedrooms, including a master suite with it’s own full bathroom and plenty of closet space. Also upstairs is a upgraded large main bath with a granite vanity, vaulted ceilings and a beautiful skylight.

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 This home in East Brunswick also has a two-car garage and finished basement that both offer plenty of storage space – always a mandatory requirement in a New Jersey home! The basement has a rec room area, perfect for game room or play room, and the laundry room.

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24 Edward St. in East Brunswick is the definition of a completely move-in ready home with some great upgrades and features only found in much more costly homes.  To get the top-flight and Blue Ribbon schools in East Brunswick, be near many forms of transportation to New York City or North Jersey, and have these wonderful features, it makes the home almost a no-brainer for today’s potential buyers in East Brunswick!

Do you know someone looking for a home? Perhaps 24 Edwards St.?  Let The Natale Group know! (732) 546-6177

John Natale Jr.

The Natale Group

Keller Williams Realty East Monmouth

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-Mail: NataleSells@Gmail.com

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12 Farmside Dr, Howell NJ 07728

Welcome to 12 Farmside Drive in Howell, NJ

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Why wait for new construction in Howell when you can move into this remarkable newer-built Toll Brothers colonial.  The truly expansive home offers 5,400 square feet of space, Five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and a half bath powder room.  Enough space for the whole family, plus any additional family members or friends who want to stay over! Not only is there a ton of living space inside the home, the home is situated on the Premium Lot in the ‘Enclave at Manasquan River'; a development designed for luxury.  Just over an 1.25 Acres of land, backing to ‘Green Acres’ preserved land, you really can’t beat the view.

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Inside this beautiful home in Howell are some of Toll Brothers most luxurious features, including a Palladian-style kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a center island and breakfast area.  Plenty of sunlight and hardwood floors finish off this one-of-a-kind Palladian-style kitchen.

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Other amazing features of the downstairs of this luxury home in Howell are a dramatic two-story entrance, luxurious dining room with plenty of decorative molding, and a sunken family room with fireplace and beautiful columns.

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Also downstairs is a full ‘mother’ apartment complete with it’s own kitchenette, living room, bedroom and full bath.  It could potentially be used as a maid’s quarters or nanny’s living area as well.

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Upstairs in this beautiful home is a Master Suite suited for luxury with walk-in closets and vaulted ceilings.  Separate vanities, whirlpool tub, and a shower stall all offer beautiful space to the luxurious master bath.  There are four total bedrooms upstairs, including the master, and each has their own full bathroom.  There is also an additional bonus room, which could be used as a Sixth bedroom, work-out room, play area, etc.

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All of these amazing features and all of this amazing space could be your’s! If you have any questions regarding this property at 12 Farmside Drive in Howell, please feel free to contact The Natale Group today!

Signed off,

John Natale Jr.

The Natale Group

Keller Williams Realty

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-mail: NataleSells@gmail.com

www.TheNataleGroup.com

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742 Holmdel Road, Holmdel NJ 07733

Welcome to 742 Holmdel Road in Holmdel, NJ 

Dream Opportunity to Have Holmdel’s Premier Builder Custom-Build Your Dream Home

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Here is a great opportunity for extremely hard-to-find new construction in Holmdel at a reasonable price tag.  This custom-built new construction in Holmdel can be designed in several different ways, with a true customization experience for the lay-out and finishes.  The new construction home in Holmdel can be built up to 3,500 square feet and can feature a 2/3 car garage and a full basement.

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The beautiful half-acre lot on which the new construction home in Holmdel will be built sits nearby to Holmdel’s Top-Rated Schools and close to major transportation options, including trains along the New Jersey Transit ‘North Jersey Coast Line’ and bus lines.  Different ferry outlets are also located within minutes of this new construction home in Holmdel.

All specifications of the home will be established during consultation with the builder!

Please contact Natale Group associate, Chris Acquaviva (732) 832-9223 or Natale Group owner/operator, John Natale Jr. (732) 546-6177 for more information today!!

178 Shepherd Ave, Middlesex 08846

Welcome to 178 Shephard Avenue in Middlesex

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This home is a true one-of-a-kind property!  A beautiful 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Middlesex Split Level with some awesome character!  The home sits on a fully fenced corner lot, and offers many wonderful features.  A gorgeous ‘bonus’ sun-room is one of my favorite highlights about this charming home.

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The character of this home in Middlesex is added by a wonderful, open floor-plan and a classic all-brick wood-burning fireplace.

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Through-out this home in Middlesex, true hardwood floors in great condition are featured.  The home in Middlesex also features an expansive dining room, right next to the kitchen – making entertaining a real breeze!

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Four large bedrooms, one of which is downstairs and can easily be utilized as a home office.  Another awesome feature of this home is the finished basement, complete with a full bathroom.  Great high ceilings and utility & laundry room make the basement a 10!

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Outside of this wonderful home in Middlesex, is a a fully fenced back-yard, a nice-sized patio for great BBQ’s, a storage shed, and plenty of space for either a pool or loads of fun!

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If you have any further questions regarding this charming, one-of-a-kind home, feel free to contact me today!

Signed off,

John Natale Jr.

The Natale Group

Keller Williams Realty

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-Mail: NataleSells@Gmail.com

Skype: NataleSells

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The Big Five Issues in the Home Inspection – Part 5: Structural Issues

Typically, the most informative and also worrisome phase of every transaction is the home inspection.  A great home inspector will thoroughly inspect the home a buyer is purchasing and under contract, and make recommendations to buyer’s for items that need repair in the home.  A buyer has the right after the inspection to ask the seller to either fix some or all of those items, or provide a credit so the buyer can fix after closing.  If you’re looking into selling your property with the Natale Edge, visit here.  We’ll go over preventative steps to take before listing your property.

While the repairs that could come up in a home inspection are numerous, I wanted to focus on the Big Five Issues that could come in a home inspection.  One’s that are concerns to every buyer.  Over the past few weeks, I went into detail how each develops and the typical solutions to each big issue that could arise in the home inspection.

In Part 5 of this series, I’ll go into detail about structural issues.  To start from the beginning and to view Part 1 of the series on Termites, click here.

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When it comes to the home inspection, most inspectors and buyers will correlate foundation cracks, either on the interior or exterior of the home, as being a structural issue.  Most times though, a vertical crack is said to be a more normal form of settling, while a horizontal crack could be more worrisome.  If there is a horizontal crack in the foundation, an expert mason should be brought in to fully diagnose the issue.   Cracks in the foundation could lead to parts of the home sinking or sagging, which could cause the sheet-rock to crack and start to show cosmetic issues.  Over time, these structural issues could lead to major problems, as a home could start look like the one directly above!

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Structural issues can result from a variety of things.   Like the illustration directly above, vegetation located near a home can either soak up the water under a home, or can push its roots against the foundation.   Foundations can be comprised by water pressure being built up around the foundation, leading to cracks.  Large foundation cracks could allow water to enter the home, which I’ve detailed as a major issue as well here.

**All of these items are fixable situations, and do come up quite often.  The $$ amount varies on a case-by-case basis. These items are more or less the “horrors” that could come up (often popularized by  large media outlets, such as HGTV).

Success,

John Natale Jr.

Keller Williams Realty

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-Mail: NataleSells@Gmail.com

Skype: NataleSells

If you’re looking to buy, sell or invest into a home, please visit NataleSells.com!

The Big Five Issues in the Home Inspection – Part 4: Water – Basement/Leaking Roof

Typically, the most informative and also worrisome phase of every transaction is the home inspection.  A great home inspector will thoroughly inspect the home a buyer is purchasing and under contract, and make recommendations to buyer’s for items that need repair in the home.  A buyer has the right after the inspection to ask the seller to either fix some or all of those items, or provide a credit so the buyer can fix after closing.  If you’re looking into selling your property with the Natale Edge, visit here.  We’ll go over preventative steps to take before listing your property.

While the repairs that could come up in a home inspection are numerous, I wanted to focus on the Big Five Issues that could come in a home inspection.  One’s that are concerns to every buyer.  Over the next few weeks, I will go into detail how each develops and the typical solutions to each big issue that could arise in the home inspection.

In Part 4 of this series, I’ll go into detail about water penetration and the damage it could do to your home.  To start from the beginning and to view Part 1 of the series on Termites, click here.

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A few of the inspection issues that I have discussed already have a ton to do with water penetrating your home.  Simply put, water could be the issue that can do the most harm to your home and a lot of issues that arise typically start with water penetration.  Take mold for instance, it needs a damp environment to grow and prosper.   Termites often use a wetter environment to habituate and travel into a home.  A leaking roof, or pipes between walls, under sinks, or behind appliances could cause a ton of problems.  To start a leaking roof could put a fair amount of water into your home, before you’d even realize.  Patching a spot in the roof that is leaking is typically affordable and easy to do quickly.  It is greatly recommended if your roof is leaking to patch the areas that are immediately.  Also, a new roof these days is not as expensive as it used to be.  The technology has vastly improved in the making of the shingles, so new Timberline roofs could last upward of thirty to forty years.  Leaking pipes can usually be spotted by seeing some wet spots in the ceilings or walls.  Any leaking pipes should get immediately replaced and replace the sheet rock that took on water.  It’s worth it to not just paint over.  An inspector would be able to see any spots that have a newer coat of paint, versus an area of replaced sheet rock.

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When it comes to basements with water, it typically has to do with the water table that the home is located in.  Say there is a high water table, preventive systems such as french drains and multiple sump-pumps are typically recommended.  Another side note I always add with sump-pumps – always, always have them attached to back-up generators (even small battery operated ones).  Typically, in a storm that generates enough rain to put the sump-pump in use, the power is also knocked out so the sump-pump is deemed meaningless.  There are a vast number of companies that can assist you with a leaking roof or pipe and preventive water issues in the basement.  Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns about your home.

**All of these items are fixable situations, and do come up quite often.  The $$ amount varies on a case-by-case basis. These items are more or less the “horrors” that could come up (often popularized by  large media outlets, such as HGTV).

Success,

John Natale Jr.

Keller Williams Realty

Cell: (732) 546-6177

E-Mail: NataleSells@Gmail.com

Skype: NataleSells

http://www.NataleSells.com

If you’re looking to buy or sell a home, please click here!

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