112 Park Avenue is a fully renovated Craftsman bungalow with four bedrooms, two full and two half baths. Located in the Brookdale Avenue elementary school district, it was $859,000, but it’s been cut 4% to $824,900. Same district, smaller house on a dead-end street, 10 Douglas Place is now $350,000, down from $374,000.
The price on 33 Oakridge (four beds, two full, two half baths) has been lowered by $24,000 to $875,000. Also in the Forest Avenue elementary school district is 169 Forest Avenue. It’s got three beds, two and a half baths and the price has been lowered by $10,500 to $454,500. Same neighborhood, further south is 42 Gerdes Avenue, with three beds, two baths and a designer kitchen. The price has been cut to $569,000 from its original $585,000. 19 W. Lincoln Street has had its second price cut since it went on the market. It has five beds, three baths and two kitchens, and the price is now $20,000 lower at $474,900.
There are two price cuts in the Laning district this weekend. 18 Nassau Road is now $399,000, down from the original ask of $445,000. That’s for three beds, two and half baths and a remodeled kitchen. If you need more space, 8 Witherspoon Road has five bedrooms and four and a half baths. It is now $469,500, down from $524,900.
And finally, three homes near F.N. Brown school have lower prices. 276 Linden Avenue, which has three beds, one and a half baths, and an open kitchen/dining room, is now $310,000, down from $324,900. 114 Franklin Street has been cut again, to $618,000 from $649,000. This is a three- year-old house with four beds and three and a half baths, and there will be an open house there this Sunday, Nov. 21, from 1 to 4 p.m. 58 Fairview Avenue is a huge five-bed, five-full and two half bath house on a huge lot. It is now $1,050,000, down from when we first reported on it $1,299,000.