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Vernon, New Jersey Lakefront Cottage for Sale
16 Lakeside Dr., Vernon, New Jersey 07461
Leafy Vernon sits in northern New Jersey, about an hour and a half northwest of New York City, and it is the location of this cute lakefront cottage. It has a leafy lot, one bedroom, one bath, an undetermined number of square feet (but probably 800 to 1,000) and was built in 1950. The asking price is $199,000.
The home's exterior is timber and stone, with a newer roof, a non-functional stone chimney, a back deck off the second floor, which is the main floor, and exterior stairs from the deck. Lake Wallkill is about 30 feet from the back stairs.
Inside, the walls are off-white, tan and gray; the ceilings are cathedral, and the new floor is tan/gray vinyl planking. The kitchen features white cabinetry, gray countertops, a microwave and a small fridge. The bath has a walk-in shower.
Off the living area is a room with new thermal wall to wall windows and beautiful lake views. It could be used for dining or sleeping. A door exits to the deck. Also in the living area is a spiral staircase to the nearly-finished basement which has a walk-out to the patio, the yard and the lake.
The home is designed for three seasons, but it has winter water storage and electric baseboard heat. There is no air conditioning, though.
Amenities include a clubhouse, tennis courts and use of the private lake.
The HOA fee is $100 per month and covers trash and common area maintenance.
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Vernon, New Jersey
About a 90 minutes outside of New York City in northern New Jersey, Vernon (population 25,000) started out in 1793 and is a safe, wooded township known for its many lakes, lakeside communities and Mountain Creek Ski Resort. Twenty miles of the Appalachian Trail, the 2,180 mile-long trail that runs from Maine to Georgia, winds through Vernon as a boardwalk across marshy land.
Neighborhoods are leafy and rural, with everything from modest bungalows to custom lakefront homes. Many locals commute to NYC for work.
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