Lots of Colonials are among the 120 properties open this weekend, including the following four:

glenridge110836 Madison St., Glen Ridge

List Price: $529,000

Taxes: $13,266

Acreage: 0.10


Just listed, this circa 1928 Colonial has an updated kitchen with granite, a breakfast bar and a center island. The living room, which has a wood-burning fireplace, stretches the entire width of the house. The eight-room house also has hardwood floors, arched doorways, cedar closets, a deck and a fenced-in backyard. There is a partially finished basement and a one-car detached garage. Open 2 to 4 p.m.

montclair1108509 Highland Ave., Montclair

List Price: $899,000

Taxes: $21,759

Acreage: 0.21


On the market for about two weeks, this 16-room center hall Colonial has moldings and built-ins dating to its 1935 construction. The kitchen and bathrooms have been renovated, and the third floor is finished. A fireplace in the living room and central air are among the other highlights. There is a finished, full basement and a two-car attached garage. Open 1 to 4 p.m.

bloomfield1108330 Essex Ave., Bloomfield

List Price: $369,000

Taxes: $12,973

Acreage: 0.16


Also new to the market, this eight-room Colonial has an updated kitchen and bathrooms, hardwood floors, cedar closets, a fireplace in the living room and central air. There is an unfinished basement with a French drain and a one-car attached garage. The house was built in 1947. Open 2 to 4 p.m.

maplewood11085 North Terr., Maplewood

List Price: $799,000

Taxes: $17,842

Acreage: 0.19


This just-listed, eight-room Colonial has a custom kitchen with maple cabinets, concrete countertops, slate floors and a center island made with Australian jarrah wood. The third floor has been converted into a master suite with a walk-in closet. And, there is central air, wood floors throughout, a laundry chute on every level, new exterior paint and a bluestone patio. There is an unfinished, walkout basement and a one-car detached garage. The house was constructed in 1919 and renovated in 2005. In 2006, the house received the Maplewood Historic Preservation Award for using historically accurate exterior materials and maintaining the architectural integrity of the house. Open 1 to 4 p.m.