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South Orange Restaurant Week 2015!

The Sue Adler Team is excited to report that restaurant week is coming to South Orange, from April 13th to the 19th.   We’ve compiled a list of some of the best participating restaurants, so you can enjoy great food at great discounts.

For a full list of the participating businesses, click here.

Breakfast and Lunch:

gridironGrid Iron Waffle Shop: The Grid Iron Waffle is no ordinary waffle. It is the waffle of your dreams. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet, like their sugar or traditional Belgian waffles, or something savory, like their stuffed breakfast waffles, this little shop has you covered. These waffles can be stuffed as well as topped with a variety of delicious ingredients, all of your choosing, and they come with a side of eggs and potatoes! Even if you’re not in a waffle mood, Grid Iron has plenty of other amazing options: crepes, paninis, sandwiches, omellettes…You’ll want to eat all three meals here, but unfortunately, this place closes around 4 pm. So get in early. Menu

 

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Inkosi Café: This stylish café not only has a relaxing atmosphere (complete with many comfy chairs) and cool décor, but delicious food to boot. Many customers say this is their favorite spot to hang out in town. Some swear by their salmon burger, others are dedicated ginger-chicken wrap fans. If you’re an early bird, check out their breakfast menu for plenty of classic and delicious options. Order a sandwich or a brunch special, as well as one of their amazing smoothies, plop down in a cushy couch, and relax!  Menu

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Falafel-y Yours: This neighborhood hotspot serves Middle-Eastern food that pulls from multiple cultures. Every meal starts with delicious pita and olives, and ends with a full and satisfied stomach. Established in 2013, the restaurant recently expanded to include a Morroccan Lounge with imported fabrics, lighting, and décor. Reservations are strongly encouraged, especially if you want to come by Thursday, Friday, or Saturday for to enjoy the belly-dancer performances and traditional Moroccan live music!  Menu

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Walia Ethiopian
: Many people who have eaten at Walia – out of towners and locals alike – will tell you it is the best Ethiopian restaurant in North Jersey. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or a carnivore, this place has a wide, mouth-watering selection of traditional Ethiopian dishes for you to dig into. With an intimate, casual atmosphere and friendly staff, Walia is the perfect spot for a big lunch and nice, hot cup of some of the best coffee in the region – also from Ethiopia. Menu

 

titosTito’s Burritos: Tito’s offers tasty Mexican food in generous portions at affordable prices, with plenty of vegan and gluten-free options. Their quesadillas are enormous and their wings are considered by many to be the best in the state. The atmosphere is fun and friendly and a great place to hang with friends or family, but if you want to take your meal to go, Tito’s has your back. Best of all, they’re green! All their cups, utensils, to-go bags, and take out materials are made of corn and recycled materials.  Menu

 

Dinner:

pandangPandang: If you’re in New Jersey and happen to also be in the mood for Thai cuisine or Sushi, you can’t do better than Pandang. When it comes to sushi, the special rolls are large, reasonably priced, and so beautifully arranged on the plate you almost won’t want to stop looking and start eating. But you should! All their sushi dishes are packed with exciting flavors. Their Thai options are equally rewarding to the palate.  Menu

 

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Boccone South: This quaint restaurant in the center of town offers authentic Italian food at its most exquisite. Its owner, Silvio, trained in Europe to learn the art of running a restaurant with perfect service, unforgettable food, and a romantic ambiance. Don’t forget to BYOB and save room for at least one of their many mouth-watering desserts. Menu

 

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Papillon 25: Welcome to the area’s premier restaurant and martini bar. Remnicent of the supper clubs from the 40’s and 50’s, Papillion 25 offers American cuisine with a creole twist. The martini bar boasts a menu of more than 50 martinis and a wide selection of wines, which you can enjoy in their cote-d’azur lounge area. Best of all, live jazz every Thursday.  Menu

 

 

Maplewood Community Music Presents ‘Winds and Brass and Drums! Oh My!’

On Saturday, April 11, Maplewood Community Music will present “Winds and Brass and Drums! Oh My!” a children’s concert that is a special collaboration between the Maplewood Community Concert Band and the Maplewood Middle School Wind Ensemble. The concert will begin at 2 p.m. in the Maplewood Middle School Auditorium, 7 Burnet Street, Maplewood. Admission is free.

The performance will take the form of a musical tour, featuring the history of wind band music. The survey will begin with the very first musical piece written and published for concert performance and end with the world premiere of a piece written by a member of Maplewood Community Concert Band.

The Maplewood Middle School Wind Ensemble consists of 38 eighth grade students, with instrumentation made up of flutes, clarinets, bass clarinets, alto and tenor saxophones, trumpets, horns, trombones, euphonium, tuba, and percussion. In addition to “Wind and Brass and Drums! Oh My” the Maplewood Middle School Wind Ensemble will perform in a spring concert with the Maplewood Middle School Concert Band, Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble on Wednesday, May 20, at 7 PM. Later in May, the Wind Ensemble will also take part in the High Note Music Festival in Jackson, NJ along with the Maplewood Middle School 8th grade Orchestra and Select Chorus.

Founded in 2003, Maplewood Community Music is a nonprofit organization focused on supporting hobbyist musicians and bringing free concerts to South Orange, Maplewood, and other area communities. The organization oversees the Maplewood Community Concert Band, its big band Swing Town, and several other chamber ensembles. MCM also offers and supports community and youth music enrichment programs in the area.

Local musicians with at least a high school playing level are encouraged to join the Maplewood Community Concert Band!   Please visit www.maplewoodcommunitymusic.org for more information.

 

New Listing For Sale: 54 Forest Dr, Short Hills, NJ 07078

FrontThe Sue Adler Team is proud to present our new listing for sale: 54 Forest Dr, Short Hills, NJ 07078. Situated on a picturesque, tree-lined street in prestigious Old Short Hills, this immaculate move-in ready colonial has been updated and renovated to perfection both inside and out.

For more information about 54 Forest Drive in Short Hills call Sue Adler at 973-464-9129 today!

An attractive bluestone path leads you past the elegant front columns and through rich looking double doors into the Entry Foyer and your first glimpse of the tastefully appointed details that are evident throughout the home. Warm hued wood floors and custom wainscoting provide an ideal neutral backdrop for the home and its extensive living and entertaining spaces. The first level has excellent flow for both entertaining and daily family life. Here you’ll find an elegant formal Living Room, an ideal setting for grand festivities as friends and family enjoy the warmth emanating from the large fireplace while light filters in from windows on three sides. For a more intimate setting, proceed to the adjacent Den with its stunning views of the backyard greenery. Cozy up in front of the gas fireplace with gleaming wood mantel and marble surround as you relax after a day’s work. Continue on into the custom cherry wood Kitchen and take advantage of top-of-the-line stainless appliances as you prepare a quick snack or a gourmet meal easily served in the adjoining Breakfast Room. Step outside through the sliding doors onto the deck for a barbeque while overlooking rolling lawns nestled beneath a canopy of mature trees. Invite your guests into the formal Dining Room that’s sure to impress with its hardwood floors, wainscoting and elegant chandelier. A conveniently located Powder Room as well as a fully equipped Laundry Room complete the first level living space.

LivingRoom2When it’s time to retire at the end of the evening you’ll proceed to the grand staircase leading up to the second level where a gallery hallway guides you to the Master Bedroom Suite and 3 additional spacious bedrooms. Luxury surrounds you in the master suite impeccably designed with a large walk-in closet with custom shelving, a dressing area with built-in cherry vanity and the spa-like En Suite Bath where you’re sure to feel pampered as you relax in the whirlpool tub. Three additional bedrooms, all with hardwood floors, large windows and plenty of closet space, have easy access to the full Hall Bath and large linen closet. An open and airy third level bedroom and full hall bath add an additional sleeping option with the ultimate in privacy.

And there’s more…the newly remodeled lower level includes a large Recreation Room with plenty of storage space for toys and games, a Media Room with cherry built-ins for all your electronics equipment, a built-in wet bar adjacent to a 500 bottle capacity temperature controlled wine room and a gym equipped with rubber tile floor and built-in bookcase. No matter the activity that you choose, this home has the perfect place for it!

BackyardLoving care and thoughtful updates have kept 54 Forest Drive fresh and modern. This move-in ready colonial brings generous interior spaces, a prime location and pretty setting together into one fabulous package. Blue Ribbon schools, easy access to NYC, superb restaurants and world class shopping are icing on the cake!

Please take a look at our listings page, there you will also find The Sue Adler Teams exclusive listings.  Communities rich in culture, fabulous restaurants and shopping with top-notch schools characterize towns like Millburn/Short HillsSummit,  Maplewood,  South Orange,  Madison,  Chatham,  Mendham,  Westfield and New Providence.

New Listing For Sale: 14 Pine Ter E, Short Hills, NJ 07078

FrontThe Sue Adler Team is proud to present our New Listing For Sale: 14 Pine Ter E, Short Hills, NJ 07078. A short drive through the tree lined streets of the Glenwood section of Short Hills will bring you to 14 Pine Ter E, Short Hills, NJ 07078. Here you’ll find a beautiful family home meticulously maintained colonial boasting the ultimate in historic charm combined with numerous upgrades.

For more information about 14 Pine Terrace East in Short Hills call Sue Adler at 973-464-9129 today!

The bluestone walkway guides you to the front door and into the Entry Hallway where you will get your first glimpse of all that the home has to offer. Warm toned hardwood floors, decorative paneled wainscoting and a classic center staircase provide the backdrop for all your living and entertaining options. Proceed through the broad archway into the gracious Living Room where the large gas fireplace serves as the focal point of the room adorned with built-in bookcases and shelving on either side…the room is just perfect for either an intimate gathering or larger holiday celebration. Guests will flow easily into the adjacent Sun Room where light streams in on three sides and another gas fireplace warms you on cool evenings. French doors lead you into the inviting Family Room where the natural light is breathtaking thanks to large windows and French doors that lead out to the mahogany deck, brick patio and lawn right outside. Picture yourself outdoors with multiple tables and chairs, appetizing smells coming from the barbecue and perennials blossoming at every turn…it’s a personal retreat as well as an enticing spot for outdoor entertaining.

KitchenProceed on into the gourmet Kitchen where preparing meals is a pleasure with top of the line appliances and custom cabinetry complete with plenty of pantry space. Sit down in the Breakfast Room for a quick snack overlooking the lush greenery outside or continue on through the conveniently located Home Office, complete with built-in desk and charming bay window, to the Dining Room where family and friends can relax while enjoying a more formal meal. A conveniently located Powder Room, access to the lower level and a rear staircase to the Master Bedroom complete the first level living space.

When it’s time to retire for the night, the second level awaits with 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths to assure everyone’s complete comfort. The Master Suite includes a spacious Bedroom with rich hardwood floors, plenty of closet space, access to the rear staircase and an En Suite Bath with elegant marble shower and built-in storage. A bright and airy Recreation Room is accessible from 2 of the generously sized bedrooms and an additional bedroom with French doors and hardwood floors provides numerous options for alternate use. But that’s not all…2 additional bedrooms, a large Play Room with built-in bookcases and storage as well as another Full Bath on the 3rd level provide private living quarters for family and guests.

BackyardAnd there’s more….the open lower level offers space for use as a Home Gym or Recreation Room, a Dark Room with utility sink for photography enthusiasts, plenty of storage closets, a fully equipped Laundry Area and access to the backyard.

In a sought after location within easy walking distance of schools and NJ Transit Midtown Express to NYC, access to top schools and a wonderful Millburn Downtown, 14 Pine Terrace East is the perfect places to call home.

Please take a look at our listings page, there you will also find The Sue Adler Teams exclusive listings.  Communities rich in culture, fabulous restaurants and shopping with top-notch schools characterize towns like Millburn/Short HillsSummit,  Maplewood,  South Orange,  Madison,  Chatham,  Mendham,  Westfield and New Providence.

 

 

 

Chatham’s Bud Jackson Squadron to Help with 2015 Spring Clean-Up

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On May 2, the Bud Jackson Composite Squadron, a local unity of the Civil Air Patrol, will participate in the third annual Community Wide Chatham Spring Cleanup.

The squadron recently moved its headquarters to a new facility at Chatham High School, and is searching for ways to get involved in the community. It works in honor of its founder, Captain Bud Jackson, a veteran whose life’s work was to volunteer with the Civil Air Patrol. As a young boy in Atlantic City, Captain Jackson watched many heroic Civil Air Patrol pilots fly off on U-Boat reconnaissance missions during World War II. These early experiences sparked his passion for flying. He befriended many of these pilots, and soon served as a naval aviator during the post-Korean war era. Many of his missions involved his flying along the east coast of Russia with some of the latest spy tools.

After his Navy days, Dr. Jackson became Captain “Bud” Jackson in the mid01970’s, a search and rescue pilot for the former Linden Squadron.   Ever since, the squadron has been home to many dedicated and valiant cadets.   Many have gone on to seve in the military or to study in the country’s top universities.

The squadron is especially valuable for teenagers interested in CAP’s STEM programs, such as Aerospace Education, Emergency Services, and Leadership. Cadets build their resumes through orientation flights, leadership development, squadron activities, and community service.

According to a press release, Squadron Commander, Captain Mary Romany says, “serving the community is a big part of who we are.” Captain Romany stated “we want and we need to become ever more involved locally as we grow our cadet programs.” Romany added “assisting the Spring Clean Advisory Committee provides our members with an excellent opportunity to give back and to fulfill one of our core missions.”

The squadron meets on Tuesday nights, from 6:50-9 p.m., at Chatham High School, Classroom L10. There is no military obligation associated with membership and it is not necessary to have a military or aviation background.

For more information on joining the May 2nd Spring Cleanup, an event  seeking volunteers of all ages and time commitments, contact Janice R. Piccolo  jpiccolo@chathamborough.org 973-635-0674 x200

Be one of the first 200 willing to help cleanup and registered to get your free t-shirt designed through a Chatham youth contest.

For more information about the local squadron please contact Captain “Bud” Jackson Squadron Commander, Captain Mary Romany at mary.romany@njwg.cap.gov.

 

‘Coffee With a Cop’ Program to Launch in South Orange

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Come have coffee with a local cop! ‘Coffee with a Cop’ is a new program that has gained popularity all over the nation. With 175 towns in 36 participating states, the program’s goal is to secure the community’s trust in the police force, maintain police legitimacy, and forge partnerships between the force and the residents it protects. Now the program is coming to South Orange.

Community relations Officer Sgt. Adrian Acevedo and South Orange’s Board of Trustee member Sheena Collum, who is running for Village President in May, are spearheading the program in the area.

“The purpose of the program is to build stronger relationships between law enforcement and the community.  We saw this as an informal way for residents to get to know our officers and build stronger ties with them,” said Collum in a press release. “Hopefully this program does that and the people who attend the coffees become more involved with their local Neighborhood Watch and are more inclined to call the police and see them as a partner in public safety and not just the enforcement agency.”

With the intention to strengthen the relationship and trust between community members and the local police force, ‘Coffee with a Cop’ gives residents a chance to learn how to get to know the human faces behind law enforcement. After the recent violent events between citizens and cops throughout the nation, from Staten Island to Ferguson, MO, Collum feels the need for this program is more pressing than ever.

“I think as a community it made us realize how important the relationship with law enforcement is,” Collum said. “The Board of Trustees recognized the work of our local police department in creating the type of community we have today, but we also recognized that the work is never done and that’s when we sat down with our Police Chief Jim Chelel and Sergeant Acevedo to discuss opportunities for us to add on more programming and initiatives.

“The actual program came from Sergeant Acevedo, as he had seen similar programs in other towns be successful.  The Board of Trustees agreed to be partners in starting this program and provide whatever resources to ensure its success.”

Acevedo said, “The officers sometimes they feel intimidated by interacting with people like that, its because for the most part folks understand us to be kind of detached from interacting with people on a personal level. When people look at us or when they interact with us they look at us as not ‘regular people’….It can be a little intimidating to open up to people like that because we are so used to people thinking that all we are is a guy in a black and white car that’s going to come and be the law.”

Acevedo hopes that the program will help to humanize cops to residents, and vice versa. People have been conditioned to perceive cops as enemies, and he hopes “Coffee with a Cop’ will change their perceptions. “I think it’s going to be well received by the officers when they actually get a chance to sit down and speak to someone and know that that person they are speaking with is not going to be yelling at them or in a compromised situation…now we are going to interact with people on a regular level; sit down like two regular people,” said Acevedo.

“Announcements of upcoming events will be detailed in the next couple weeks, we have the Village’s Public Safety Committee meeting on March 24 where we’ll be finalizing details,” said Collum. “We plan on doing these (Coffee with a Cop) meetings quarterly, and they will augment the other meetings that Neighborhood Watch runs throughout the town.”

 

Upcoming Events at Reeves-Reed Arboretum

In late April, Reeves-Reed Arboretum (165 Hobart Ave) will host some exciting spring events you won’t want to miss!

Daffodil Day: On Sunday, April 19, Reeves-Reed Arboretum invites you to come see and enjoy one of the largest collections of daffodils in New Jersey. Started in the early 1900’s by the original owners of the property, the collection has since expanded to include many new bulbs, planted annually. Today, the collection has more than 50,000 bulbs, which will be in the full state of bloom for Daffodil Day, one of the most anticipated signature events hosted by the arboretum this year.

But the beautiful bulbs aren’t the only attraction of Daffodil Day! The Arboteum staff will host a day of wonderful family-oriented activities, such as an outdoor farmer’s market with vendors and food trucks, crafts and games, and live entertainment. Professional photographer Bruce Lorenz will be taking special family photographs, and RRA’s Director of Horticulture, Marc Montefusco, will present an exhibition of his gorgeous watercolors titled “Leaf –Stone –Water” at Wisner House gallery. Visitors are also invited to the welcome back party for Larry and Ann, of the Green Goats project in Rhinebeck, N.Y., with their newest brood of baby goats for guests to feed and pet.

The admission for nonmembers is $10 per person or $25 per family.

For more information about Daffodil Day and other events and workshops at Reeves-Reed Arboretum, visit our website at www.reeves-reedarboretum.org or call 908-273-8787, ext. 1515.

Wine Tasters’ Tour: Come to Reeves-Reed on Friday, April 24, from 7 -9:30 pm for a wine taster’s tour of Spain. Sommelier David Wagner, Wine Director at Berkeley Wine Company, will select sample vintages that showcase the wide range and styles of Spanish wines. He will guide you through Spanish wine tasting techniques, such as how to distinguish the nuances in texture and flavor of regional artisan wines.

In addition to these fine wines, the festivities will also include a selection of tasty tapas prepared by E.V.O Delicacies head chef, Alexander Gomes.

Mayor Ellen Dickson and her husband Chip will host the event, which is funded in part by Put the ‘Pub’ in Public Garden. Admission to the tasting is $50 per person.

Call Doreen Schindler at 908-273-8787, ext. 1010, or d.schindler@reeves-reedarboretum.org to purchase tickets; or sign up online at www.reeves-reedarboretum.org. RSVP by April 17.

 

Maplewood Restaurant Week Hot Spots

On Monday, Maplewood will begin its annual restaurant week! Nearly 20 restaurants will participate, offering discounts and deals until Saturday, March 28.   The Sue Adler Team has highlighted a few restaurant week hot spots for you to try.

A full listing of discounts may be viewed here.

Breakfast:

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The Able Baker: If you need caffeine to start your day, look no further than this popular bakery, New Jersey Monthly recently cited it for brewing some of New Jersey’s best coffee. Their house roast is the Corsica blend of La Colombe, a food lover’s coffee that pairs perfectly with the buttery scones and other baked goods made fresh on site. The Able Baker also specializes in custom cakes and cookies – perfect for special occasions. Menu

 

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Parkwood Diner: New Jersey is famous for its diners, and Parkwood Diner is one of its gems. With a homey atmosphere and friendly wait staff, Parkwood offers not only standard American diner fare, but delicious Italian, Greek, and Chinese cuisine. While many regulars swear by their breakfast menu, others come for their lunch and dinner specials and gourmet salads. Best of all, it opens early (6:00 am) and closes late (10:30 pm), so you can eat there all day! Menu

 

 

rackcafeThe Rack Café and Chill Spot: Established in April 2014, this Internet café and bakery has been a more than welcome addition to Maplewood’s list of breakfast destinations. With free wifi and comfortable seating, The Rack offers excellent breakfast sandwiches, brunch specials, and fresh-baked goods that have turned many new customers into Rack regulars. Menu

 

 

Lunch:

codaCoda Kitchen & Bar: Whether you’re in the mood for a light lunch or a feast, Coda has a creative and tasty dish for you. Their extensive lunch menu offers a variety of small plates, sandwiches, salads, appetizers, and entrees, and borrows recipes and flavors from all over the globe. For example, their burger selection alone includes the Mexican-style “Mexicali Blues” as well as the “Thai Tuna,” and both are exceptional. Coda also has a full bar, with a lengthy cocktail menu and wide selection of wines.   But it’s not just for savvy adults, as their kids’ menu proves.  Menu

trattVillage Trattoria: Affectionately referred to as “the Tratt” by Maplewood locals, the Village Trattoria has been serving amazing Italian food for over a decade, and recently expanded to locations in Summit and South Orange. Their specialty pizzas are good enough to rival any of the best from New York City, and include toppings such as Greek salad, chicken fingers, baked ziti, buffalo chicken, and calamari, to name a few. Menu.

 

 

 

cactusCactus Charly: Known for providing authentic Mexican dishes at a reasonable price, Cactus Charly has a delectable lunch menu, with plenty of options for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. Enjoy a burrito or quesadilla with your choice of filling while admiring the traditional Mexican and Peruvian murals painted on the walls. Don’t forget to try their sweet homemade horchata! Menu

 

 

 

 

 

Dinner:

verjusVerjus: This restaurant boasts a menu of tasty and traditional French cuisine, with a rotating selection of seasonal ingredients. With its comfortable, spacious, and quiet atmosphere, Verjus is perfect for family outings as well as more intimate gatherings. Whatever you order for dinner, save for room dessert! Menu

 

 

tandooriTandoori chef 2: Nowhere else in Maplewood (or the surrounding area) will you find traditional Indian food as good as what is served here. All their dishes are aromatically seasoned, and come as spicy or as mild as you want.   The Chicken Tikka Masala is a favorite among meat lovers, while vegetarians swear by the Saag Paneer, and everyone loves their fresh-baked naan. Menu

 

arturos-osteria-pizzeriaArturo’s Osteria and Pizzeria: This much-hyped pizzeria and osteria lives up to its reputation as a superb place for traditional and creative Italian cooking, with menu that changes with the seasons.   Their artisanal, thin-crust pizza is famous throughout the tri-state area for its authentic Italian taste, and comes in individual and large sizes, with a variety of toppings to choose from. They are no less famous for their amazing pasta dishes and salads. Menu

 

New Listing: 16 Oak Hill Rd Short Hills, NJ 07078

FrontWelcome to 16 Oak Hill Road, a charming center hall colonial tucked away in the heart of the tree-lined streets of Glenwood in Short Hills. The appeal of the home is instantly apparent as you follow the brick paver walkway to the bluestone steps and then proceed on into the inviting Entry Foyer. Through the adjacent archway you’ll find the open and airy Living Room that provides the perfect mood for entertaining family and friends in front of the large stone fireplace with its expansive mantel and intricately detailed cabinetry below. Continue on to the Sun Room where light streams through the windows while you enjoy the view of lush greenery and the inviting brick paver patio in the backyard.

For more information about 16 Oak Hill Road in Short Hills call Sue Adler at 973-464-9129 today!

Preparing meals for family and guests is a breeze in the remodeled custom designed Kitchen where granite counters and a stone tile backsplash accent the stainless steel appliances to perfection. You’ll find plenty of storage in the attractive pantry wall and will Kitchen3love the convenience of the built-in granite pedestal table as you sit down for either a lingering meal or a quick snack. The adjacent Dining Room is ready to host your next dinner party in complete comfort and style. A conveniently located Powder Room completes the first level living space.

When its time to retire for the night, proceed upstairs to the second level where the spacious Master Bedroom and its en suite bath plus 2 additional bedrooms and a Hall Bath provide all the space you’ll need for family and guests alike.

And there’s more…in the lower level you’ll find a Recreation Room with plenty of closet space that’s ideal for family fun, a finished office serving as a quiet retreat for your work at home needs, a fully equipped Laundry Room and plenty of additional storage space in the unfinished Utility Room.

BackyardWith it’s sought after location, Blue Ribbon schools, easy access to NYC transportation, and world class shopping and restaurants, 16 Oak Hill Road is the perfect place to call home.

Please take a look at our listings page, there you will also find The Sue Adler Teams exclusive listings.  Communities rich in culture, fabulous restaurants and shopping with top-notch schools characterize towns like Millburn/Short HillsSummit,  Maplewood,  South Orange,  Madison,  Chatham,  Mendham,  Westfield and New Providence.

 

 

Essex County Parks Receive Excellence Awards

 

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On March 10 in Atlantic City, the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs won four awards of excellence at the annual New Jersey Recreation and Parks Association convention.

The Essex County South Mountain Recreation Complex was awarded “Best Recreation Complex in New Jersey.” In addition, the Cherry Blossom Festival Brochure received an Excellence in Brochure Award, the Historic Holiday House Tour received an Excellence in Programming Award and the Branch Brook Park Alliance’s Barbara Bell Coleman was recognized with an Excellence in Volunteering Award.

Barbara Bell Coleman, one of the founding members of the grassroots Branch Brook Park Alliance, worked with Essex County to improve Essex County Branch Brook Park. Together, they raised over $50 million to pay for the engineering and architectural costs from the improvement projects, which included modernizing the recreation facilities, preserving historic features, revitalizing landscaping and stabilizing the park’s waterway.   The County financially supported the construction costs.

In April, Branch Brook Park will celebrate the Annual Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival. The award-winning Cherry Blossom brochure lists all kinds of exciting events that will occur while these beautiful trees are in bloom. The two-week festival inclues bicycle races, a 10k run, Children’s 1-mile Fun Run, Family Day Festival and Bloomfest, and a one-day community event that highlights Japanese culture and community organizations.

Branch Brook is not the only Park that has been enhanced in the past year – the Essex County South Mountain Recreation Complex has recently added several new attractions. These include the Orange Resevoir, a 19-hole mini-gold course, McLoone’s Boathouse Restaurant, a 1.7-mile walkway around the Reservoir, the Clipper Picnic Pavilion and Regatta Children’s Playground.

The Essex County Historic Holiday House Tour is also worth a visit with friends and family. Established in 2008, the tour has expanded to include 17 historic sites throughout Essex County. The tours are self-guided and occur on one weekend in winter when the houses are decorated for the holiday season. Each site offers something special, such as musical entertainment, snacks or educational programs, and provides a real look into the county’s history.

 

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