Wynwood Rd

Chatham, NJ

Feel like you are stepping into the pages of a magazine when you see this picture-perfect home! The impeccable attention to detail is apparent in every inch of this bright and open 4 bed colonial. Highly desirable location. Cul-de-sac street with walking path to schools and Upper Washington area. The floor plan is well thought out with gracious open living and easy access to the entertaining deck and beautifully manicured flat backyard on over half an acre!

Home Information


Four Bedrooms


Two Full Baths


One Half Bath


Two Car Garage


  • Highly desirable location

  • Walkable to schools

  • Cul-de-sac road

  • Entire exterior and Interior freshly painted

  • New refrigerator/ beverage refrigerator

  • New hardwood flooring

  • New counter tops/ backsplash


  • 2 bedrooms showcase custom built-ins

  • Painted Cabinets

  • New light fixtures throughout the home

  • Basement offers sizeable rec area

  • Expansive family room

  • Underground sprinkler system


Floor Plans

Close up of polished concrete benchtop, counter top with grey gr
Close up of polished concrete benchtop, counter top with grey gr
Close up of polished concrete benchtop, counter top with grey gr


15 Wynwood Survey






With 25 years as Chatham residents, our commitment to the town and community is personal.  We pride ourselves on our boutique approach to helping each of our clients; being on hand for every step of the buying & selling process and beyond.  Our success is a direct result of our strong relationship with clients, as evidenced by our expansive portfolio.   

Chatham, NJ 07928

Chatham, New Jersey, boasts a rich history dating back to the colonial era. Originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Native Americans, European settlers arrived in the 18th century. The area, known as John Day's Bridge, played a crucial role during the American Revolutionary War. Chatham Township and Chatham Borough were formally established in the 19th century. The railroad's arrival in the mid-1800s spurred growth, transforming Chatham into a suburban community. The Great Fire of 1893 devastated the downtown, leading to its reconstruction. Today, Chatham retains its historic charm, blending colonial architecture with modern amenities, making it a vibrant and sought-after community.

Stuart Garrett


Cell: (908) 656-1333

Carrie Conte


Cell: (973) 462-2901

Jane Schelling


Cell: (973) 714-9249

Kristi Azzinaro


Cell: (917) 576-1705

135 Main Street | Chatham, NJ 07928 | 973.635.8200

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