Built in 1898, for J.W. Cleveland Esq., this classic Victorian home is the crown jewel of Mt. Tabor, a quiet historic community in the hills of Parsippany. Whether you need to store your classic car or lawn tools, bikes and sleds, Mt Tabor’s first-built, detached garage has plenty of room for your needs. With two driveways affording parking for up to 9 vehicles, there is plenty of room!Enjoy the endless cool summer breezes while you entertain on any one of the 3 lower porches or sit with a loved one on the balcony off of the primary bedroom. This gem is centrally located atop Mt. Tabor and it’s a chip shot away from a beautiful 9-hole private country club. You’ll also find it a short to walk to the basketball court, playgrounds, a fishing pond, and the tabernacle. Walk to the local elementary school, or the Mt. Tabor train station. This 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath home sits on .049 acre. The first floor has an eat-in kitchen with a true butler’s pantry. The pantry is adjacent to the dining room where you will find a decorative venetian ceiling and wide moldings. The living room centerpiece is its original fireplace with brick hearth and mantel, and the dutch door accessing one of the spacious open porches. Another architectural highlight of this home is the gambrel roof and turn of the century shingle style exterior. Thirty-five Ridgewood Avenue awaits its fourth owners who will surely make lifelong memories in a home, (and town) truly like no other.
Updated on August 29, 2022 at 2:54 pm