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Buying A Home Near F.N. Brown


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58 Fairview Avenue

The F.N. Brown elementary school district has perhaps the greatest real estate diversity of any Verona neighborhood, from the smallest capes to the largest, and most expensive, homes in town. Just one exception: while the Laning, Forest and Brookdale districts each have a few condos, there are none in F.N. Brown.

Dr. Anthony Lanzo, the principal of F.N. Brown, has dubbed his students “The Bees” and there certainly is a lot of buzz in and around the building, which contribute to its strong state testing scores in language arts and mathematics. F.N. Brown offers Spanish classes to its students, beginning in first grade.

If this sounds like your kind of school, here are the current listings, in order from lowest to highest priced:

276 Linden Avenue: Three beds, one and a half baths, open kitchen/dining room. $324,900.

88 East Reid Place: Four beds, one and a half baths, townhouse style. $329,900.

235 Fairview Avenue: Four beds, two baths, very deep yard. $359,00.

85 Franklin Street: Three beds, two baths, steps to school. $365,000.

158 Woodland Avenue: Three beds, one and a half baths, move-in ready. $385,000.

48 Brookside Terrace: Four beds, one bath, large yard. $399,999.

68 Personette Avenue: Three beds, two baths, extra deep yard. $449,000.

45 Grove Avenue: Three beds, two baths, corner lot, fenced yard. $475,000.

55 Grove Avenue: Four beds, one and a half baths, zoned 2 family. $587,000.

114 Franklin Street: Four beds, three and a half baths, 3 years old recent price cut. $649,000.

64 Fairview Avenue: Four beds, two and a half baths, corner lot. $669,000.

Durrell Street: Builder’s plans call for four beds, three and a half baths. $699,900.

226 Fairview Avenue: Five beds, four and a half baths, one year old, recent price cut. $1,059,000.

58 Fairview Avenue: Five beds, five full and two half baths. Huge house, huge lot. $1,299,000.

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Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citranohttps://myveronanj.com
Virginia Citrano grew up in Verona. She moved away to write and edit for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition, Institutional Investor, Crain’s New York Business and Forbes.com. Since returning to Verona, she has volunteered for school, civic and religious groups, served nine years on the Verona Environmental Commission and is now part of Sustainable Verona. She co-founded MyVeronaNJ in 2009. You can reach Virginia at [email protected].


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