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Charming 1967 Split-Level Home Sells for 10.2% Above the Listing Price!


PARSIPPANY — This charming single-family home, located at 12 Delbrook Road, was constructed in 1967 and boasts a delightful split-level design. It features three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, generously sized formal living and dining areas, an inviting eat-in kitchen, and a family room that leads to a patio through sliding doors. Notable updates include a renovated powder room and main bath, as well as roomy bedrooms and convenient first-floor laundry. The interior is adorned with a mix of tile and wood flooring, enhanced by recessed lighting. A one-car garage adds to the practicality of the property, which is set on a beautiful lot.

The family room leads to a patio through sliding doors.
Generously sized formal living
Dining areas, an inviting eat-in kitchen

This home was listed by Andrea Martone of Realty Executives Platinum and successfully sold under the guidance of Ritu Malik from Coldwell Banker Realty. It hit the market on September 29 with an initial price tag of $550,000 but achieved a remarkable sale price of $606,000, representing an impressive 10.2% above the listing price.

Other Parsippany home sales included:

Property AddressSales Price
12 Delbrook Road$606,000
47 Chesapeake Avenue445,000
34 Cherokee Avenue700,000
48 Scott Place485,000
2467 Route 10285,000
38 Highwood Road350,000
111 Patriots Road655,000
103 Brooklawn Drive665,000
7 Jaime Court495,000
17 Wiley Court530,000
79 Koch Avenue585,000
19 Tarn Drive725,101
2467 Route 10304,000
162 Patriots Road565,000
46 Norman Avenue525,000
19 Pawnee Avenue309,900
199 N. Beverwyck Road205,000
38 Iroquois Avenue432,000
79 Longview Avenue575,000
12 Delbrook Road606,000
2467 Route 10258,000
86 Longview Avenue359,000
Frank Cahill
Frank Cahill
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since January 1, 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, Lt. Governor of Division 9 Kiwanis Club of NJ, and Chairman of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board. Owner of the Morris now app serving small business in Morris County.

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