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This roomy, historic house on 102 Lorraine Avenue in Upper Montclair was built as a country getaway long before Montclair became a suburban community, and now it’s on the market for the first time in over 90 years. The original details have been well maintained, and the home boasts 11 large rooms over three floors, as well as multiple fireplaces and three full and two half bathrooms. There are porches in the front and the back overlooking the half-acre grounds.
Montclair offers a convenient commute to New York City by train, bus or car. The house is blocks away from three different parks and the Upper Montclair train station. Click through for more stunning fall photos of this home.
Photos of the yard and porches below.
The first floor.
The second floor.
The third floor.