The Moore Estate - Post Hurricane Sandy Report

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The Moore Estate - Post Hurricane Sandy Storm Report

The Moore Estate Sandy Storm Damage

 

 

 

The entire northeast has been hit hard by Hurricane Sandy this last week.  We fared quite well at the Moore Estate and the damage has been relatively minimal.  Some signs are hanging crookedly and several trees have been uprooted at The Moore Estate in Convent Station, Morristown but overall not much to complain about except the lack of electricity has everyone on edge.

Lack of heat, electricity, TV news, internet, hot water and phone service has been a minimal inconvenience in light of the magnitude of the devastation that Hurricane Sandy dished out but after a while it is hard to bear.

Tree down in The Moore Estate in Morristown NJ

 

Tree down on Woodland Road just outside The Moore Estate in MorristownPower has now been restored to part of Pippins Way in The Moore Estate in Convent Station of Morristown.  The townhouses have electricity, the condos not just yet (as of 3pm Friday afternoon).  Hopefully soon.

If you are interested in buying or selling a home, condo or townhouse in The Moore Estate area, contact the experts: Trish Giassa at Keller Williams Realty 201-960-2090 Trish@bestnjhomes.com.

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Comments (4)

Team Honeycutt
Allen Tate - Concord, NC

I am glad you didn't get hit as hard as some appear to have been. Being without all of our conveniences is bad but as you said not in comparison to what some people had happen to them. Hope you get all of your utilites back on soon.

Betty

Nov 02, 2012 05:03 AM
Rafi Footerman
Mid Jersey Inspections - Edison, NJ
Home Inspector, Mold Inspector, Radon and More!

We're good here as well in Edison.  Unfortunately, the gas shortage is prolonging the recovery.  Hopefully, this will come to a swift end.  I will be back to work by Tuesday and am trying to conserve gas as best I can.

Nov 03, 2012 08:40 AM
Nan Jester
Exit Real Estate Gallery Jacksonville Beach, FL - Jacksonville Beach, FL
Realtor, Exit Real Estate Gallery

No one has really mentioned the loss of these old beautiful trees. Nothing compared to the loss of homes, human and pet lives but a loss nonetheless.

Nov 04, 2012 12:09 AM
Laura T. Perry
Keller Williams Elite - Lancaster, PA
CRP, GMS, Award Winning Relocation Specialist

We were very fortunate in Ocean City. Much of the downtown was flooded but we suffered no real damage at 19th & Central.

Nov 24, 2012 07:47 PM