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Live Like a President, the Former Home of Richard M Nixon on Sale for $1.2 Million in Park Ridge

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Park Ridge NJ, if you’ve ever wanted to live like a president, now is your chance! Welcome to Bears Nest at one of the most private end unit, the former home of the US 37th President, Richard M Nixon. Bright entry foyer, wood floors, elevator throughout all four level, front to back fireplace dividing the classic dining room and the 2 story family room. Second floor master suite offers an elegant sitting area with fireplace, 2 custom closet and a marble bathroom. The magnificent 3rd floor built-in library truly one of a kind equipped with wet bar, powder room. Finished lower lever has a sauna, gym and an ensuite bedroom. This unit has it all! Amazing view, spacious deck, play area, large driveway.

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Bergen County, Nixon’s adopted home, has complicated memories of disgraced president

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Bergen County, Nixon’s adopted home, has complicated memories of disgraced president

AUGUST 9, 2014, 7:45 PM    LAST UPDATED: SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 2014, 4:53 AM
BY CHRISTOPHER MAAG
STAFF WRITER
THE RECORD

The night before he cut Richard Nixon’s hair for the first time, Domenic Parisi was so nervous he barely slept, with visions of limousines descending on his little barbershop on Maple Avenue in downtown Park Ridge.

But at 7:30 a.m., the only activity was two men sitting in an ugly little gold sedan. One man handed the other a $10 bill, and the second man got out of the car. The man was the ex-president of the United States.

That first haircut apparently went well. For nine years, until Nixon died from a stroke in 1994, Parisi cut the former president’s hair every two weeks.

“He was like everybody else,” Parisi said Saturday, 40 years to the day since Nixon resigned the presidency in disgrace. “He liked to talk about his family.”

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