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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/21/2017

Truly a unique stunning home 5,196 square feet of living area above ground level in sought after Tanglewood Estates. Open foyer with double staircase, flowing floor plan with chef's kitchen, large granite center island and stainless steel appliances. Sun filled cathedral family room , french doors and wood burning fireplace. Hardwood floors through out except master private living room and third level. First level has private office and laundry room. First floor bedroom with sitting area and private bath. Easily converted back to dining room if so desired. Master suite w/ jacuzzi bath, tile shower, gas fireplace & large private living room.. Three other large bedrooms on second level with two full baths. Finished 3rd floor with bedroom, sitting room and plumbed for bath. Wonderful flat lot with two porches over looking beautiful landscaping. So many upgrades is a must see to appreciate the beauty of it all. Close to highway, school, shopping and train station.

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/20/2017

One of Chestnut Ridge II's finest....These stand alone units are limited & don't come on the market too often. Enjoy the feel of a single family home without all the hassle of exterior care. Situated on a private corner lot, this one is unique because it has a deck & patio overlooking the woods. Current owners have taken great pride in ownership. Upgraded eat-in kitchen w/ beautiful birch cabinets, granite, SS appliance (all stay -see rmks) & custom backsplash. Cozy family room w/ gas fireplace and slider out to the deck. LR has full wall of custom book shelves & window bench. DR faces front and has bright triple window. 1st floor master w/ full bath - step in shower. 2 large bdrms up; one used as office - custom built in desks included. Great finished room in LL perfect for play, exercise or office space. Added bonuses: Ample storage including 2nd flr walk in closet & cedar closet, New central air (09), New carpet (15), New furnace (04), Pets welcome w/ restrictions...Hurry!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/17/2017

Welcome to Windward! A gorgeous neighborhood of unique homes by well regarded McPhee Builders. This lovely cape cod style home has great a great floor plan, Brand New HVAC System & irrigation. Dramatic 2 story foyer w/ slate flooring. Huge fireplaced living room & formal dining room. A bright white kitchen w/ hardwood floors, large eating area, island & pantry. A first floor master w/ hardwoods, walk in closet & master bath. A breezeway/mudroom area w/ laundry, a huge closet & half bath w/ pocket door & exits to front & rear. Large 2 car garage w/ new garage doors. Hardwood stairs lead to a hallway w/ hardwood, 2 bedrooms & a den (no closet). Each bedroom has a walk in closet, carpet & walk in attic access!. The bedroom to the left has a huge attic space over the garage, perfect for easy storage or future expansion. A spacious dry basement. Large mahogany deck & outdoor shower backs up to conservation. Enjoy the seaside town of Dennis from this serene setting minutes to beach & harbor!

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/17/2017

Welcome to one of Franklin's most desirable neighborhoods Franklin Woods!! First level has eat in kitchen with granite counters, separate dining room, living room, family room full bath and laundry area. Second level has master bedroom with walk in closet and private bath. Three other bedrooms and full bath. Large finished basement with 3 separate rooms for use in so many ways!! Seller has been busy with a new roof in 2011, 2017 ALL NEW...carpeting throughout, 2 furnaces, 2 a/c units, microwave, dishwasher, fresh painted interior and exterior, new lighting including basement and exterior, garage doors, granite counters kitchen and all three baths. toilets and plumbing fixtures. All you have to do is move in and be set for the holidays!! Keller-Sullivan School District, close to shopping, highways and commuter rail! No showings till Tuesday evening 9/19 5:30-7:00 Open House

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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 9/17/2017

Pizza is, objectively, the greatest food ever invented. It's portable, filling, easy to make in large portions, and (arguably) has some nutritional value as well. The patron saint of children's parties and companion tocollege students everywhere, pizza is beloved at all times of day. You can eat it hot, coldor--in the case of microwave pizza--as molten lava applied directly to the tongue. Perhaps the greatest part about pizza is the variety and ingenuity that have been applied to it over the years. There are twelve main styles of pizza in the United States, according to the pizzaWiki, and there's a lot of overlap within those styles. Today, we're going to teach you how to make three main types of pizza: New York, Chicago, and Neapolitan. Between these three, there's enough variety to ensure you'll never get sick of eating pizza pies (as if that were even remotely possible).

New York Style

People don't sit down in New York. They're either too busy or too afraid of the benches and seats on the subway. It's much safer to just stay standing. But even those who don't sit still have to eat from time to time. New York style pizza is designed for just a person. They come in huge slices that are thin enough to be folded in half and eaten like a sandwich; one hand holdingyour slice, the other hailing a cab or waving obscenities at the tourists. Now for making the pizza: Stretch the dough thin and circular, with the outside of the circle just a bit thicker to form your crust. Go light on the sauce. Ideally, just crush some tomatoes and season.For the cheese, go with a medium moisture mozzarella and sprinkle on some oregano and parmesan. Bake at 500F for around 9 minutes until your crust is golden brown and crispy.

Chicago Style Deep Dish

Where other pizza makers hide the sauce inside the pizza, Chicagoans put it right on top showing off the quality of the deep red tomatoes. This isn't a pizza to eat on the run. In fact, proper etiquette says you eat this one sitting down with a fork and knife. Here's how it's made: First you need to butter your crust. Sounds weird, but that's what makes it so flaky and delicious. Once both sides are buttered, load it into the deep dish. Then put a liberal layer of your cheese down, then pile the sauce on top of that. This one needs a bit of time in the oven to cook. 25 minutes at 425F and it should start to look done.

Neapolitan Style

The closest we have to the original flatbreads that came out of Naples is the neapolitan pizza. You can make it Marinara style (no cheese) or Margherita style (light cheese). To make these babies, you're going to want a nice thin crust (Remember, these were originally just baked, crisp flatbreads). Instead of sauce, this one will have olive oil and tomato chunks or no tomatoes at all. The highlight here are all the herbs and spices you can add; basil, oregano and garlic all tossed in extra virgin olive oil are what give it it's signature flavor.  




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