Glory-Ann's Active Listings

$1,750,000
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Rare offering at The Ridings! 2006 Custom-Built Bucks County Stone, Real Stucco & Hardie-Plank Colonial enjoys prime location at end of cul de sac on 3.66 landscaped level/open/wooded acres with heated gunite, salt water resort-style pool amid rock walls, waterfall, spa, water slide and expansive patio.Custom luxury features include red oak floors, 3 fireplaces, 2 wet bars, superb chef's stainless and granite kitchen with center island and breakfast area opening to covered porch. Formal living and dining rooms, stone fireplace in family room, sunny conservatory and private home office.  Opulent fire-lit master suite with sitting room, spa-like bath. Minutes from Oldwick and I-78

8 Hildebrant Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$1,599,900
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ALL BRICK GEORGIAN COLONIAL ESTATE IN TEWKSBURY TOWNSHIP

Fabulous panoramic views extending 50 miles in all directions and as far as the New York skyline to the east provide a magical setting for an all-brick Georgian Colonial in Tewksbury. This exceptional estate residence sited on 9.37 farmland assessed acres presents a jewel-like bass-stocked pond and antique stone shed on rolling property which is suitable for equestrian use. Located just outside the historic village of Oldwick, the 6,500 square-foot open floor plan of twelve rooms offers four bedrooms and four-and-one-half baths.

Approached by a circular drive which branches off to the three-car side entry garage, the timeless architecture of this refined home offers a covered front porch entrance supported by classic white columns and a spacious upper balcony accessed from the master sitting room and second story hallway. Gracious interior appointments include lustrous oak and marble flooring, arched doorways, nine and ten-foot ceiling heights, leaded glass French doors, cherry built-in cabinetry, and dimensional tray and coffered ceilings in select rooms. All the reproduction raised paneling, four-panel doors, fireplace mantles, dentil, cove and chair rail moldings are hand-made from poplar wood. Five fireplaces finished in marble, granite, limestone or brick lend warmth and style to the floor plan, the sixth fireplace on the walk-out lower level is left to the imagination of the new owner of this prestigious home.

A stunning two-story foyer makes a dramatic first impression with its sparkling chandelier, dual staircase fitted with a custom carpet runner, marble tile flooring and raised paneling.  Leaded glass French doors in the foyer open to both the living and dining rooms. In the spacious living room, a marble masonry fireplace capped by a custom wood mantle of raised panels is a handsome focal point. Oak floors with mahogany inlays, a tray ceiling, recessed lights and a combination of wainscoting and crown and dentil moldings are additional design elements. Similar features such as oak and mahogany flooring, a tray ceiling, wainscoting, crown and dentil moldings characterize the banquet-sized dining room. A hand-crafted wood mantle embellishes the dining room’s masonry fireplace, and an adjacent butler’s pantry presents cherry glass cabinet doors, a bar sink and wine rack.

A window wall overlooking sublime countryside views ushers an abundance of natural light into the spacious library fitted with cherry built-ins and oak flooring. Tucked under coffered ceilings, the huge great room’s window wall frames bucolic views. The floor-to-ceiling wood-burning fireplace is created from ashlar limestone, and the oak floors, cherry entertainment center and cherry bookcases are elegant additions. Two arched doorways open to the gourmet kitchen.

Stylish amenities in the chef’s center island kitchen artfully combine Italian stone flooring, cherry cabinetry in a natural finish, granite counter-tops, a ceramic tile backsplash, a brick wall fireplace, coffered ceilings, built-in desk area and walk-in pantry. Upper-end appliances include a Vulcan™ six-burner stove with griddle, grill and two gas ovens and a stainless steel Sub-Zero™ refrigerator. Bright and airy, the breakfast area overlooks pastoral views and offers a French door to the patio for al fresco dining. 

Additional conveniences on the main floor include an elegant powder room with marble tile floors, a full bath with tiled shower, and a mud room with a door to the rear yard and patio. The mud room also has steps to the generously-sized bonus room on the second level. This immense space is heated and air conditioned with wall-to-wall carpet, recessed lights and roughed-in plumbing.

Upstairs, a grand master suite is an impressive owner’s retreat. The tray ceiling master bedroom presents oak flooring, crown, chair rail and dentil moldings, and a granite façade wood-burning fireplace capped by a wood mantle. Leaded glass French doors open into the tray ceiling master sitting room with oak floors, detailed moldings and a private viewing balcony. A master dressing room presents oaks floors, two windows and two walk-in closets with wardrobe organizers. Luxurious appointments in the master bath include a jetted tub, extra-large frameless glass tile steam shower, dual sink vanity, marble tile floors and a picture window framing distant panoramas. There is an additional guest suite with private bath on the second level, plus two additional, spacious bedrooms sharing a full bath and a thoughtfully located laundry room. The walk-up attic is sub-floored to meet ample storage needs.

The walk-out lower level opens to a ground level brick patio. This unfinished part of the home has nine-foot ceilings and a roughed-in fireplace. 

Created in 1993, distinctive and timeless architectural touches as well as numerous updates enhance this sophisticated residence. Much care was taken in the design and planning of this remarkable home including 2-by-6 construction, R-20 wall insulation, R-30 ceiling insulation, and high efficiency Pella windows and doors. Mechanical workings include a first level sound system, a 2014 security system, central vacuum, private septic, well water with water neutralizer, multiple zones of natural gas forced hot air heating, an Aprilaire™ humidifier, Honeywell™ electric air filter, central air conditioning and 75 gallon gas hot water heater.

Extensive and well-established, the mature landscaping is enhanced by Japanese maple, cherry, dogwood and pine trees. A spring-fed pond on the property is stocked with largemouth bass. Measuring about 750 square feet, a 300-year old stone outbuilding with a cedar roof offers potential use as a four-stall barn. Completely finished in oversized, hand-made brick, the exterior of the main residence features a railed second story balcony, six column façade and Presidential Series Celtex 50-year slate blend roof. Hardscaping includes curved granite retaining walls, a brick-floored patio and brick flooring set into the first level veranda. Split rail fencing partially encloses the grounds. 

Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers a small-town lifestyle near a network of local and interstate highways for easy access to Manhattan or local business campuses. The entire area has a longstanding history dating back to the pre-Revolutionary War era, and retains much of its original character. Fine old homes, equestrian estates and working farms dot the township’s picturesque open landscape of rolling hills and fields.

2 Alpaugh Farm Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$1,299,999
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ENCHANTING LANDMARK “CREEK HOUSE” 

One of Tewksbury’s most picturesque properties is newly available: historic “Creek House”, aptly set on the banks of the Rockaway Creek, is a completely captivating country home.  Fairy tale architecture and magical gardens combine in this circa 1700 home filled with Old World details and 21st century updates.  The property offers a total of five bedrooms and five-and-one-half baths. Set on 5.78 glorious acres with a thatched roof guest cottage, sweeping green lawns, a profusion of colorful gardens, towering trees, a bluestone patio and stone walls, the home is approached just beyond a bridge spanning the Rockaway Creek.  This serene location offers 300 feet of waterfront, a perfect setting for a private fly fishing spot, trout fishing hole, al fresco dining, outdoor parties or picnics on the banks of a scenic babbling creek.
Remarkable for its waterfront setting and its imaginative architecture, “Creek House” also enjoys a rich history.  Originally part of New Jersey’s largest dairy farm, there are also reports that the home was a stop on the Underground Railroad.  IBM chairman Thomas J. Watson-- the owner of Creek House in the 1920s and 30s-- once hosted President Herbert Hoover here as they fished for trout in the Rockaway Creek.
	Charming principal rooms are distinguished with hand painted murals, exposed hand-hewn ceiling beams, five fireplaces, original wide plank wood flooring and ample closet space.  Updates in the 14-room main house include a renovated kitchen, upgraded baths, a newer roof and septic system, plus central air conditioning.  Truly an artistic interplay of antique charm and modern comforts, this timeless stone and wood shingle residence is surrounded by lush gardens which have been showcased in several magazines.  The authentic thatched roof guest cottage with a private bath lends even more enchantment to this bucolic setting.
Hand painted murals and a window seat characterize the main foyer, which offers access to some of the primary gathering areas in the home.  Tucked behind a set of double doors, the formal dining room is designed with hand-hewn ceiling beams, hardwood floors and wainscoting.  In the formal living room, a stone wall fireplace, built-in cabinetry, beamed ceilings and French doors to the bluestone patio reinforce the strong indoor-outdoor connection.
The wood-accented library contains a fireplace flanked by built-ins, beamed ceilings and wood flooring.  Each of these spaces offers deep-set windows, reflecting the early architecture of the home.
Inspired by gracious manor homes found in the French countryside, a delightful gourmet kitchen presents exposed fieldstone accent walls, wood cabinetry and flooring, and a sunny breakfast area.  This large space is anchored by a stone fireplace and wrapped in windows and French doors with access to the patio for outdoor meals amid the splendid countryside panoramas.
Of special note is the first floor master suite with bucolic vistas arranged with a sitting room featuring numerous built-ins and a private master bath.  Bedrooms on the second floor are reached by the main staircase or the rear stairs depicting hand painted murals of Tewksbury landscapes.  Details in the multitude of bathrooms may include fanciful design elements such as a claw foot tub, angled ceilings, stone walls and cleverly-painted wood floors. In a dressing room lined with closets, a hand painted “rug” is a whimsical addition.
Outbuildings at Creek House include the ivy-covered guest cottage capped by a thatched roof and finished in wood shakes.  Entered by a Dutch door, the spacious layout contains beamed cathedral ceilings, stone floors, a window seat and a private full bath.  A detached stone garage offers parking for three cars and finished loft storage accessed by stairs.
Settled in 1715, Tewksbury Township measures 31.8 square miles and has a population of approximately 5,700 residents.  The township is located in northeastern Hunterdon County, minutes from Interstate 78 for access to New York City or one of the region’s many business campuses.  This historic part of the state features picturesque horse farms, antique homes and charming villages.  Residents appreciate Tewksbury’s convenient location, wide variety of nearby lifestyle amenities and a peaceful rural setting.

88 Rockaway Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$1,199,000
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A majestic real stone front Colonial Custom-Built residence presides over three landscaped acres in Tewksbury Township. The open and wooded property borders protected conservation land and is sited on a peaceful cul-de-sac street overlooking mountain views. Outstanding details characterize the expansive 6,200 square-foot floor plan of four bedrooms, five full baths, a powder room and an attached three-car garage.
     Built in 2008, this better-than-new Colonial is fitted with many custom updates and design upgrades. Highlights of the thirteen room floor plan are extra-wide red oak hardwood flooring throughout the home, four fireplaces, extensive molding treatments, transom-topped windows, French doors, a wet bar, high ceilings, built-ins and three levels of impeccably-finished living space.
     Close attention to every detail becomes apparent in this home’s sophisticated point of entry.  A set of mahogany front doors opens into an elegant entrance foyer fitted with a curved staircase edged by custom wrought iron railings, marble flooring, extensive trim and wall sconces.  The elegant living room features red oak hardwood flooring, wainscoting and a gas-log fireplace.  Lustrous red oak hardwood flooring continues into the formal dining room with extensive millwork including wide crown molding and wainscoting and majestic mountain views. Nearby, a well appointed butler’s pantry with sink and wine refrigerator facilitates family gatherings.
     Continuing the open flow of this Colonial is a two-story family room where the free-standing floor-to-ceiling gas-log, stone fireplace is a commanding focal point.  A wall of windows in the family room frames and welcomes in vistas of the landscaped grounds and beyond.  This dramatic room opens to the well-appointed gourmet kitchen. Customized with a host of commercial-grade appliances, the chef’s kitchen offers Viking appliances including multiple wall ovens and a six-burner cook-top with exterior venting.  Black granite countertops, custom white cabinets, a center island with prep sink, decorative tumbled marble backsplash, storage pantry and a spacious, adjacent breakfast nook with access to the patios are other kitchen amenities. The main level also offers a flexible use opportunity for a first floor guest suite with private stone patio and an elaborate, adjoining tumbled marble full bath or an office/library or billiards room.  Completing the first level is the formal powder room, side porch and access to the garage and finished lower level.
     Upstairs, the remarkable master suite begins in a spacious bedroom with walk-in closet.  The bedroom is joined by a charming sitting room, and both rooms enjoy the warmth of a gas-log fireplace. Luxurious amenities in the master bath are a jetted tub overlooking distant mountain views, an oversized customized frameless glass door shower with multiple body sprays and cherry wood vanities capped in limestone.  The second story offers two additional bedrooms, two luxurious full baths, plus a leisure room and secondary family room.
     Additional gathering space is located in the full, approximately 2358 sq ft (2009) finished lower level, which provides beautifully detailed areas for exercise/gym, state of the art theater/ media and recreation rooms, wet bar as well as a full bath.
     Home systems include multiple zones of efficient forced hot air propane heating and central air conditioning, central vacuum, private septic, well water and underground utilities.
     Located in Hunterdon County’s Tewksbury Township, residents appreciate a central location about an hour from New York City while still enjoying a tranquil setting in the heart of the Hunterdon Hills horse country.

4 Indian Ln Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$1,149,900
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Estate-Caliber Bedford Chase Colonial

     It would be difficult to find a home with as many desirable features--both inside and out-- as this luxurious Brick-Front Colonial in Tewksbury’s sought-after Bedford Chase neighborhood.  Featured on a local garden tour, the captivating 3.31-acre grounds present a resort-style Pugliese™ pool with an adjoining water spa and cascading waterfall, a separate hot tub, outdoor bath, outdoor kitchen, three-tiered Koi pond with a bridge and adjacent pergola, a Tennessee brownstone patio, lush lawns, and an expansive backyard. The meticulously maintained eleven-room floor plan offers four bedrooms, three full and two half baths within its gracious 4,800 square-foot floor plan.
     Among the incredible design elements of this stylish 1997-built home are gleaming oak hardwood floors, custom molding treatments, a wet bar, built-ins, high ceilings, recessed lighting, window walls, two fireplaces and numerous French doors. Enhancing the interior is a finished, attached and heated four-car garage with loft storage. 
     Introduced by a custom front door inset with leaded glass, the welcoming entry foyer is highlighted by faux painted walls, a picture window topped by a circle top window, applied moldings, oak hardwood flooring and a curved staircase. Creating a stylish backdrop for special occasions, formal living and dining rooms offer detailed molding treatments and gleaming oak hardwood flooring. Natural light fills the sunny conservatory, an entertainment-friendly space featuring oak flooring and crown molding treatments. Adding to the versatile layout, a den or home office provides a wet bar, built-in bookshelves, a bay window and shelved walk-in closet. Nearby is a convenient powder room. 
     Dramatic design details characterize the two-story great room capped by coffered ceilings and anchored by a wood-burning fireplace surrounded in tile.  A spectacular window wall offers an atrium door to the expansive rear patio, while a Juliet balcony from the second floor makes an elegant statement. Continuing the flowing floor plan is a fabulous gourmet kitchen.
     Highlights of the kitchen include richly-toned cherry cabinetry, a center island topped in Ubatuba™ granite and featuring a wine cooler, ceramic tile flooring with a tile mosaic motif and Corian™ countertops. High-end appliances such as a six-burner stainless steel Viking™ natural gas stove, a GE™ Profile double oven, two Bosch™ dishwashers, a twenty four-bottle capacity wine refrigerator and a large shelved walk-in pantry are among the desirable amenities. A mudroom offers a separate entrance, crown moldings, tile floors and gas hook-ups for two dryers.
     Upstairs, a vaulted ceiling master bedroom suite featuring carpeting and a window seat tucked into a bay window adjoins a sitting room with a marble-clad gas fireplace and two walk-in closets fitted with built-ins. The luxurious spa-like master bath is set under a vaulted ceiling and presents a jetted tub, tile shower enclosed by a clear glass door and cherry wood vanity topped in Corian. Three additional, spacious carpeted bedrooms, one with a private bath and the other two sharing a Jack and Jill bath, complete this level.  Future living space is offered in an unfinished basement designed with high ceilings, a workshop and cedar closet.
     Classic architectural lines of this outstanding Colonial are finished in a combination of brick and cedar clapboard siding. Up-lighting illuminates the entire perimeter of the property, and the paver driveway has automatic lighting. At the rear of the home are a stone patio with steps to the yard, winding walkways, an outdoor half bath with outdoor shower, three-tiered Koi pond with a bridge and wooden pergola, an aluminum pergola near the in-ground pool, a Tennessee brownstone patio framed by stone columns and stone retaining walls.  The Pugliese™ 2002-built pool is heated and has a waterfall; remote controls serve the pool, spa and waterfall. Ideal for year-‘round use, the separately-heated spa has an eight-person capacity. Outdoor entertaining is effortless with a stone and granite counter exterior kitchen featuring a wet bar, Viking™ grill and refrigerator. The pool and backyard area is enclosed by custom fencing, and plantings are protected by eight-foot deer fencing. 
     Thoughtful landscaping incorporates Japanese maples, two hosta gardens, climbing hydrangea and a collection of exotic varietal perennial and annual plantings.  Trees include Pine, Oak, Evergreens, umbrella Pine, sunset Maples, Willows, Sumacs, Cherry, Apple and Plum trees, plus golden thread shrubs. A sprinkler system serves grassy areas, pots, hanging baskets and flower beds.
     Mechanical workings of this Colonial include three zones of natural gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning, a reverse osmosis water softener, a humidifier on the furnace, electronic air cleaners, two water heaters, central vacuum, security and sound systems, private septic, and municipal water. High efficiency LED lighting serves the entire home and a whole house 45 kw Generac™ natural gas generator is also capable of powering the pool, spa and Koi pond.
     Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County contains the historic villages of Mountainville and Oldwick.  These hamlets boast a charming mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian style homes.  Interstate highways 78 and 287 are nearby, providing travel to cosmopolitan centers and corporate hubs.  The proximity of the interstates brings most metropolitan international airports within 45 minutes to two hours travel time.

8 Coddington Ln Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$1,079,000
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Exceptional Brick-Front Colonial at the Preserve featuring four bedrooms, all with en-suite baths, gourmet kitchen, den, conservatory, walk-out finished low level with full bath, resort-style heated  gunite pool.....all this nestled on 2.37 open/level manicured and landscaped acres.

3 Perry Rd Clinton Twp., New Jersey

$1,075,000
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Custom Estate-Caliber Colonial 

       Panoramic countryside views characterize a grand brick front Colonial sited on 7.8 farm-assessed acres in Tewksbury Township. An open floor plan of fourteen rooms presents four bedrooms and three-and-one-half baths as well as an attached, oversized three-car garage. Approached by a long winding drive marked by stone pillars, this handsome cul-de-sac residence offers a tennis court, wrap-around rear deck, patio, hot tub and distant vistas of 200 acres of preserved parkland and horse trails bordering the property. 
       Gracious design elements in this 4,592-square-foot desirable home include high ceilings, hardwood and marble floors, four fireplaces, detailed millwork, a wet bar, neutral paint colors, recessed lighting and Andersen™ windows. An elegant point of entry is the spacious marble-floored foyer embellished with triple crown molding treatments. Ideal for special occasions, the formal dining room features hardwood floors, chair rails and triple crown molding. In the den, a brick fireplace edged by a wood mantle and slate hearth makes a welcoming focal point and is enhanced by hardwood floors, triple crown molding and recessed lighting. A cathedral ceiling great room is warmed by a fireplace as well, this one featuring a Verde marble surround and hearth capped by a wood mantle and large mirror. Atrium glass doors open to the deck and hot tub with tennis court views.  Sunlight streams into the cathedral ceiling solarium, where glass doors and clerestory windows frame compelling panoramas of the acreage. 
     A gourmet kitchen presents granite counter-tops, solid wood cabinetry finished in linen white tones, oak flooring and a granite-topped center island offering breakfast bar seating. A series of five casement windows spanning the kitchen sink and counter-top space highlight glorious rolling views. Upper-end paneled and stainless steel appliances include GE™ Monogram double convection wall ovens, a Wolf™ cook-top, Sub-Zero™ refrigerator and Miele™ dishwasher. The adjacent breakfast area offers built-in cabinets, oak floors, detailed moldings and recessed lights. 
      Designed for casual living, the expansive family room is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace clad in an English sandstone mantle. Other family room amenities are hardwood flooring, a double storage closet, large windows and triple crown molding treatments. Completing the main level is a formal powder room, a laundry room and a well-appointed service entrance with access to the attached garage and the extra-large storage area above the garage. This unfinished bonus space could be transformed into a future guest suite or living area.
    Upstairs, the home’s fourth fireplace lends abundant character to the master bedroom. Surrounded by marble and topped by a decorative wood mantle, this fireplace complements the hardwood floors and recessed lighting in the master bedroom. Adjoining is a grandly-scaled master dressing area with two double closets. Tucked behind a set of double doors, the opulent
master bath presents a Jacuzzi™ platform tub, glass enclosed shower, double sink vanity with Corian™ counter-tops and a private commode. A trio of windows in the bath take in expansive views of the rear property. Three additional bedrooms feature hardwood floors and ample closet space. They share a two-part bathroom arranged with a private commode and shower/tub combination in one section and a double Corian sink vanity and built-in cabinets in the connecting section. 
     Wonderfully finished rooms in the 1,576 squre-foot walkout lower level extend the living space of this majestic home. There is a spacious recreation room providing a built-in cherry wet bar, a huge exercise room with beamed ceilings and a glass door to the covered slate patio, a large bonus room featuring ceramic tile floors, a home office and a full bath. Storage options are found in the attic accessed from a second floor bedroom, the attached three-car garage and an unfinished 800-square-foot space with separate entrance set above the garage.
     Outdoor amenities include a railed, wrap-around rear deck overlooking peaceful country views, a slate patio, hot tub, and fenced tennis court finished in an all-weather surface asphalt with rubberized coating. An organic vegetable garden, apple trees and organic hay fields contribute to the home’s farmland assessment. Sited on open, level acreage, the home offers ideal exposure for future solar panels. Its prime location on a cul-de-sac street bordering Cold Brook Preserve ensures the privacy of this bucolic setting.
     Originally built in 1986, this custom Colonial has been carefully maintained and updated through the years. Mechanical systems include two separate furnace rooms providing multiple zones of forced hot air propane heating and central air conditioning, a humidifier on the furnace, a whole house fan, generator hook-ups, security system, private septic and well water.
     Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers a rural lifestyle close to a network of highways for easy access to Manhattan or local business campuses. The area’s history dates back to the pre-Revolutionary War era, and retains much of its original character.  Fine old homes, equestrian estates and farmland dot open landscapes of rolling hills and fields.

7 Wintermute Lane Oldwick, New Jersey

$1,000,000
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“ROCKAWAY RUN” EQUESTRIAN FARM OFFERED IN TEWKSBURY TWP.

  Long recognized as one of the area’s equestrian treasures, “Rockaway Run Farm” is a working complex presenting a classic Colonial residence, in-ground pool, eight-stall center aisle barn, four-bay pole barn, fenced pastures, riding ring and run-in shed set on over 15 farm-assessed acres. Finished in brick and wood shakes, this updated home offers four bedrooms and two-and-one-half baths as well as an attached two-car garage. Located just outside the historic village of Oldwick, Rockaway Run Farm is also near Interstate 78.

Approached by a paved circular drive, the classic Colonial is set far back from a country road. A sun-splashed eight-room interior presents hardwood floors throughout, two fireplaces, generously-sized rooms, custom moldings, wainscoting, built-ins, bow windows, recessed lights and numerous updates. The flowing floor plan begins in a wide entrance foyer featuring wood floors, a turned staircase and sightlines into some of the main gathering areas. Just off the foyer, a handsome living room combines hardwood floors, a brick fireplace capped by a painted wood mantle, deep crown and chair rail moldings, and a charming window seat flanked by built-in bookcases. In the dining room, crown and chair rail moldings, hardwood floors and a chandelier are outstanding design elements. A double door in the dining room leads to the gourmet kitchen for streamlined entertaining.

In the gourmet kitchen, updates include a paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator, six-burner cook-top, wood cabinetry, a tiered center island, ceramic tile flooring and recessed lighting.  Crown and chair rail moldings in the kitchen continue into the adjoining breakfast room with built-in cabinetry, a chandelier and sliding glass doors to the expansive awning-covered deck.  The kitchen area opens to an oak-paneled family room anchored by a brick hearth wood-burning fireplace encased in detailed woodwork. Two sets of sliding glass doors to the deck bathe this space in natural light and take in pastoral views of the gently rolling acreage.  A rear hall with closet and a powder room complete the first floor. 

Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom offers hardwood flooring, wainscoting and a walk-in closet fitted with wardrobe organizers. In the remodeled master bath, highlights include radiant heated tile flooring, a jetted soaking tub, Corian shower, pedestal sink and second sink topped in Corian. There are three additional bedrooms on the second story, all offering hardwood flooring and ceiling fans.  These bedrooms share a full ceramic tile bath featuring a double sink vanity. A storage attic is accessed by pull-down stairs.

The unfinished walkout lower level houses a laundry area and workshop.  Outdoor amenities inlcude a spacious entertainment-sized deck spanning the rear of the home and offering a shade awning.  An in-ground swimming pool measuring 20-by-40 feet has a diving board, sunny exposure, a newer liner and is surrounded by a concrete patio, green lawns and wood fencing. 

Equestrian facilities incorporate a riding ring, eight-stall horse barn with 500-bale capacity hay storage loft, heated tack room, feed room and water service. The pole barn is currently used as an equipment shed; it has four bays with doors.  A roomy run-in shed and fenced pastures are additional features. The gently rolling, open and farm assessed acres contain a meandering stream. A 10.072-acre portion of the 15.09 acres is possibly a buildable lot.

Mechanical systems include forced hot air oil heat from a 2010 furnace, 2011-installed central air conditioning, electric air cleaners, humidifier, a whole-house attic fan, back-up generator wiring, private septic and well water. Rockaway Run Farm was originally built in 1973 and has been carefully maintained through the years. Its farmland assessment is based on boarding horses and agricultural use.   


Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers a rural lifestyle close to a network of highways for easy access to Manhattan or local business campuses. The area’s history dates back to the pre-Revolutionary War era, and retains much of its original character.  Fine old homes, equestrian estates and farmland dot open landscapes of rolling hills and fields.

62 Potterstown Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$875,000
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“ROSE HILL” IN TEWKSBURY CELEBRATES THE LEGACY 
OF A CLASSIC 18TH CENTURY AMERICAN HOME DESIGN

Widely recognized as a quintessential Early American home design, the center chimney Cape Cod style of architecture has been authentically replicated at “Rose Hill”, a distinctive property in Tewksbury. Built in 1979, the traditional appearance combines steep pitched rooflines finished in split cedar shakes, a façade of white cedar shingles, and dual brick chimneys. Inspired by Revolutionary-era homes, “Rose Hill” beautifully re-captures the warmth and simplicity of a circa 1760 residence. 

Set on over three open and level acres of privacy far off a country road, the tranquil pond, lush perennial gardens, native plantings, stone walls and picket fences lend additional character. Inside, a gracious floor plan of four bedrooms and two-and-one-half baths is filled with natural light. Reproduction design elements include wide board pumpkin pine flooring, latched and pocket doors, bead board walls, built-ins, cupboards, three masonry fireplaces and select true divided light windows. A detached two-car garage and loft provides ample storage space. 

The enclosed three-season, brick floored front porch creates an excellent first impression. This entry porch opens to a vestibule featuring historically-accurate brick flooring. Gathering spaces on the main floor include a dining room anchored by a wood-burning fireplace, a living room incorporating crown moldings, a china closet and French doors to a redwood deck, and a family room where the focal point is a walk-in brick fireplace. Each of these rooms offers flooring of wide board pumpkin pine.

Remodeled in 1995 by European Country Kitchens, the chef-friendly kitchen presents a granite-topped center island, a masonry brick fireplace, bead board cabinets with several birds-eye glass upper doors and 18-inch extra wide board pumpkin pine floors. Upper-end appliances include a six-burner Viking™ propane gas cook-top, Thermador™ electric wall convection oven, wood-paneled KitchenAid™ refrigerator, Maytag™ wood-paneled dishwasher and Sharp™ convection/microwave oven. Truly a heart-of-the-home space, the kitchen also presents a breakfast area, walk-in pantry and a combination of recessed and under-cabinet lighting. 

The first floor is completed by a powder room updated in 2004 and a gracious master suite added to the home in 1995. This spacious master bedroom presents an octagonal tray ceiling, sunny bay window, custom carpeting, French doors to the deck and two closets. Two additional closets enhance a master dressing area. In the master bath, a double sink cherry vanity is topped in porcelain tile, while a porcelain tile shower with frameless glass door, jetted Jason™ tub and pumpkin pine wide board flooring are harmonious features.

Upstairs, the three bedrooms are appointed with wide board pumpkin pine flooring. Additionally, the second floor offers a sitting room with a built-in twin bed and bookcases, and an updated full bath comprised of tumbled marble shower enclosed by a frameless glass door as well as a jetted tub.

A full, unfinished walkout basement is another amenity in this gracious Cape Cod. Lush acreage surrounding this secluded heritage home can be viewed from a redwood deck or bluestone patio overlooking the open, level property’s evergreens, perennial gardens, Japanese maples and burning bushes.

Mechanical systems were extensively updated in the past years and include multiple zones of oil-fired forced hot air heating, central air conditioning, a whole house attic fan, Aprilaire humidifiers, private septic and well water.

Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County contains the historic villages of Mountainville and Oldwick.  These hamlets boast a charming mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian style homes.  Interstate highways 78 and 287 are nearby, providing travel to cosmopolitan centers and corporate hubs.  The proximity of the interstates brings most metropolitan international airports within 45 minutes to two hours travel time.

71 Farmersville Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$819,000
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Distinctive Colonial presenting five bedrooms, five full baths and a deluxe finished walk-out lower level nestled on two plus manicured landscaped acres!  All this and more at Stanton Ridge.

17 Forestdale Dr Readington Twp., New Jersey

$799,900
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Stately Brick Colonial presenting five bedrooms, 3.5 baths with finished lower level nestled on two, cul-de-sac landscaped acres at prestigious Stanton Ridge Golf Community.

7 Forestdale Dr Readington Twp., New Jersey

$750,000
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The enduring charms of a Victorian farmhouse are faithfully captured in a Readington Township estate home.  Situated on three open, level acres framed by wooded forest, this residence borders Green Acres preserved parkland, enhancing the hunt country setting and secluded tranquility of the surroundings. A finely-detailed floor plan of nine rooms includes four bedrooms, three full baths and a powder room within 3,800 square-feet of gracious living space.  Appealing architecture is seen in the Victorian-style woodwork, charming wrap-around covered porch and windowed front turret.
     Approached by a circular drive edged in Belgium block, pride of ownership is clearly displayed by the meticulously maintained exterior and lush landscapes. Interior highlights include soaring ceilings, oak hardwood flooring, custom molding treatments, two fireplaces, generously-dimensioned rooms, oversized windows, built-ins and numerous French doors opening to the deck and porch. 
     A wide entrance foyer flanked by the formal living and dining rooms presents an elegant introduction to this residence. This part of the home features custom ceramic tile flooring, crown and dentil moldings, two double door closets and a staircase. The living room offers oak hardwood flooring, crown and dentil molding treatments, and French doors to the library. In the banquet-sized dining room, crown, dentil and chair rail moldings are classic design elements, while oak hardwood flooring, a crystal chandelier and walkout bay window are sophisticated amenities.  A dramatic two-story oak-paneled library is anchored by a brick masonry fireplace encased in a Williamsburg-style wood mantle, while additional details include built-in oak bookcases, sets of French doors to the covered porch and living room, oak hardwood floors, and a handsome staircase ascending to a lofted reading room with additional oak built-in bookcases and colorful stained glass windows.
     Spacious and sun-lit, the gourmet kitchen incorporates a center island with breakfast bar seating, three walls of oak cabinetry, custom twelve-inch ceramic tile flooring, a decorative tile backsplash and pendant lighting.  Upper-end appliances include KitchenAid™ wall ovens, a 2015 Thermador™ gas cook-top, a newer Sub-Zero™ refrigerator, Bosch™ dishwasher and Bosch™ microwave, and a 2015 U-Line™ Wine Captain stainless steel wine refrigerator. The adjoining breakfast area has a built-in desk and a set of French doors to the expansive rear deck.  Continuing the open flow is a beamed, vaulted ceiling great room featuring a towering brick fireplace created in a herringbone pattern with a curved hearth, a custom oak wet bar, a series of tall sunburst windows and a railed Juliet balcony overlook from the second story master suite. The first floor is completed by an elegant powder room and a laundry room. 
     Upstairs, a stunning master suite presents a spacious bedroom with a walk-in closet offering custom organizers and a sumptuous master bath. This spa-like space is showcased with a jetted platform tub, glass door shower, vaulted ceilings with a skylight, and separate dressing area with a mirrored oak makeup vanity. Three additional, carpeted bedrooms featuring double door closets share a spacious hallway bath. 
     Casual living area on the walkout finished lower level includes huge recreation and exercise rooms; a well-appointed kitchenette with breakfast bar seating, a sink and refrigerator; a full bath;  abundant storage areas and utilities.  A door opens to a paver patio and private backyard enhanced by pastoral views, professional landscaping, decorative stone retaining walls and a storage shed.  This level also offers access to the attached two-car garage with automatic door openers.
     Updated and meticulously-maintained, this 1989-built residence features by multiple zones of natural gas forced air heating, central air conditioning, a humidifier, a security system, central vacuum, generator hook-ups, private septic, well water and underground utilities.
     This impressive home is convenient to schools, parks shopping, NJ Transit trains and Interstate 78. Readington Township in Hunterdon County encompasses a number of small villages and hamlets, with many buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Antique buildings, one-of-a-kind shops and quaint inns around the region offer scenic beauty and old-fashioned charm to visitors and natives alike.  This home is close to many local amenities such as Round Valley State Park and Reservoir, Deer Path Park, and shops and services in Flemington. Students in Readington attend the highly-rated Hunterdon Central Regional High School, a Blue Ribbon-designated school recognized by the U.S. Department of Education two times for its academic excellence.

25 CHAMBERLAIN RD Readington Twp., New Jersey

$749,900
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ELEGANT END UNIT TOWNHOUSE AVAILABLE IN THE CROSSROADS AT OLDWICK 

              Pride of ownership is evident in a spacious, sun-lit End Unit Townhouse situated in Tewksbury’s desirable Crossroads at Oldwick Community. Presenting an open floor plan of eleven rooms, this home offers three bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and an attached two-car garage. Enjoy private green-scape views in a wooded, park-like setting bordered by conservation area from the deck or from many large windows within the bright, airy floor plan of over 3,500 square feet. 

Notable details include oak hardwood floors, detailed millwork, high ceilings, a gas fireplace, plantation shutters and cherry built-ins. A transom-topped front door opens into the gracious entrance foyer featuring oak floors, a chandelier and a combination of applied, crown and dentil moldings. Natural light streams into the two-story living room, appointed with a second tier of fixed windows, oak floors, chair rails and plantation shutters. In the den, built-in cherry bookcases and cabinets lend character to this carpeted room set behind double French doors. Outstanding design features in the dining room include a dropped octagonal ceiling with chandelier, a bay window, chair rails and crown moldings. 

Chefs will be impressed by the gourmet kitchen designed with oak floors, granite counter-tops, a slate backsplash, breakfast bar and an adjacent breakfast area. A full array of stainless steel GE™ Monogram appliances includes a 36-inch six-burner gas stove, exhaust hood, convection microwave oven, convection wall oven, dishwasher and refrigerator. The kitchen is illuminated by recessed lights, a chandelier and under-cabinet lighting. 

Additional gathering space on the main floor is found in a sky-lit conservatory with vaulted ceilings, oak floors and sliding glass doors to the maintenance-free Trex deck.  Another welcoming part of the home is an expansive family room anchored by a marble-clad gas fireplace topped in a wood mantle. Completing the main floor is a powder room, a laundry room and access to the attached two-car garage.

Each of the three bedrooms is located upstairs, including a grand master suite. Tucked behind a set of double doors, the tray ceiling master bedroom offers crown molding treatments and plush carpeting. Crown molding and carpeting carry into the master sitting room, which also features a walk-in closet. Luxurious features in the master bath include a Jacuzzi™ tub, tile shower enclosed by a glass door, Corian double sink vanity, vaulted ceiling, ceramic tile floors, private commode and chandelier.  

Also upstairs are two additional bedrooms, a full bath and an open loft space fitted with built-in cherry bookcases. The lower level reflects the entire footprint of this spacious home and offers easy access to utility and storage areas.
Built in 2004 and beautifully maintained, this exceptional end unit offers multiple zones of natural gas heat and central air conditioning, humidifiers, intercom, security and speaker systems, underground utilities, outdoor sprinklers, public water and sewer.  
A homeowner’s association fee handles snow removal, trash collection and common area and exterior maintenance. 

The Oldwick section of Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers a rural lifestyle  with easy access to walking trails, Whittemore Wildlife Sanctuary and equestrian trails that’s close to a network of highways for easy access to Manhattan or local business campuses. The entire area has a notable history dating back to the pre-Revolutionary War era, and retains much of its original character. Fine old homes, equestrian estates and working farms dot the open landscape of rolling hills and fields.

2104 Farley Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$735,000
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Luxurious Lakeview Colonial in Hook Mountain Estates

     Glimpses of the shimmering lake at Hook Mountain Estates in Clinton Township can be seen from many rear-facing rooms in a full brick front Colonial sited on two-plus acres of level, manicured grounds. An updated twelve-room interior presents four bedrooms, four full baths and a powder room within its open floor plan. Preserved open space bordering the rear property line enhances the private setting of lush lawns edged by mature trees. 
     Hook Mountain Estates is a sought-after enclave of luxury homes.  This Colonial is a prime example of the finely-designed residences here, with a host of notable interior features such as oak hardwood and marble flooring, high ceilings, two fireplaces, arched doorways, recessed lighting and neutral décor. Winter views of the lake can be enjoyed from the tiered composition decks. Other highlights are fresh paint in select rooms, light switches with dimmers, and Andersen windows and doors. Generously-dimensioned, the sophisticated floor plan offers over 4,300 square feet on the first and second floors, with an additional 1,263 square feet of living space on the walk-out lower level.
     Introducing the home is a two-story foyer fitted with marble floors, a Palladian-topped picture window and a graceful curved staircase. Flanking the foyer are elegant living and dining rooms. The dining room is appointed with a sunny bay window and oak hardwood flooring, while the living room is anchored by a marble, gas-log fireplace encased in a traditional wood mantle. A set of pocket French doors in the living room opens to a privately-situated study. In the dramatic conservatory, a twelve-foot tray ceiling and built-in bookcases are impressive features. Open, airy and sun-filled, the family room is set under a towering twenty- seven foot beamed cathedral ceiling.  Additional amenities include a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace created from Utah quartz, sixteen-foot high Palladian windows, oak hardwood flooring, dual ceiling fans and two sets of glass atrium doors to the rear deck.	
     Continuing the open flow from the family room is gourmet, center island kitchen which incorporates whitewashed oak cabinetry, granite counters and backsplash, oak hardwood flooring and atrium doors to the deck.  Upper-end appliances such as a paneled Sub-Zero™ refrigerator/freezer, stainless steel Viking™ gas cook-top and Bosch™ dishwasher help streamline meal preparation.  In the kitchen’s breakfast area, a built-in china cupboard topped in granite tile uses the same whitewashed oak as the kitchen for a sense of continuity. Completing the main floor are well-appointed laundry and powder rooms.
     The second story master suite begins in an inviting bed chamber offering high ceilings and two walk-in closets, one fitted with wardrobe organizers. A master sitting room set under angled ceilings is a peaceful retreat providing another walk-in closet and a linen closet. The spacious master bath contains marble tile floors, a jetted tub, marble steam shower with clear glass door, two marble-topped sink vanities and private commode. Also on the second floor is guest suite adjoining an updated full bath, plus two spacious, carpeted bedrooms sharing a full bath featuring a recently-installed sink, faucet and commode.
     Casual gatherings are welcomed in the walkout level lower, a finished area offering a spacious foyer, game and billiards rooms, a dinette area and a full bath. A huge storage room has Berber carpeting and wire shelving. Two sets of sliding glass doors on this level open to the beautifully landscaped backyard overlooking seasonal lake views.
     Originally built in 1992, this stylish Colonial is designed with grand manor rooflines, a tiered rear deck overlooking the lake, and an attached three-car garage. High levels of design expertise include hand-made brick accenting the full façade and partial sides, a thirty five-year dimensional roof installed in 2010, three low-maintenance composition decks, custom aluminum fencing, exterior lighting, a paved drive edged by Belgium block curbs, and a custom paver stone walkway leading to the entertainment-size patio area.  
     Mechanical systems include multiple zones of oil-fired forced hot air heating with humidifiers on the furnaces, central air conditioning, water softener, generator hook-up, central vacuum, intercom/radio, security and stereo systems, private septic, well water and underground utilities.
     Hook Mountain Estates is located in Hunterdon County’s Clinton Township.  The neighborhood is proximal to Exit 20A of Interstate 78, Voorhees State Park, Ken Lockwood Gorge, and downtown Clinton, famous for its often-photographed historic red mill.  Clinton Township is a quaint and historic part of Hunterdon County where a charming mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian architectural styles are found.  Most metropolitan international airports are between 45 minutes and two hours away, while two commuter airports are nearby.

4 Charles Ct Clinton Twp., New Jersey

$725,000
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Willow Brook Farm in Clinton Township retains all the charm and integrity of its circa 1830 heritage while seamlessly integrating an addition in the 1920s as well as several more recent restorations. The result is a captivating country property set on over five scenic acres with a pond, two stone spring houses, a stone bridge leading to the circular drive and the storybook stone and stucco bank house.
     A ten-room floor plan is arranged on three finished levels, all served by an open staircase in the center of the home. Rustic beamed ceilings, wood flooring, two fireplaces, built-ins, deep set windows and Dutch doors do much to retain the original farmhouse flavor.  Meticulously maintained and restored, Willow Brook Farm is a rare offering in today’s marketplace.
     The home is entered from a covered front porch with fieldstone floors which opens into a vestibule featuring the attractive wood staircase.  Notable design elements in the expansive living room include peg board oak flooring, a wide stone fireplace framed in rich wood and dentil molding, exposed ceiling beams and three arch-top built-in cabinets.  Scaled for intimate gatherings, the formal dining room is appointed with oak hardwood flooring.  Country-inspired amenities such as a butcher block center island, painted wood cabinetry, linoleum floors and vaulted ceilings supported by exposed beams are among the delightful features of the kitchen. Newer appliances, new enamel cast iron sink, a skylight and a connecting dining room with a Dutch door to the stone patio are thoughtful additional features. This part of the home also has a laundry closet with (2015 washer) and dryer.
     The main floor also presents a spacious master bedroom designed with oak floors, a cedar-lined closet, deep set windows and built-in drawers. Nearby, a small home office or nursery presents deep set windows, a skylight and carpeting. Completing this level is a full bath offering antique tile flooring and walls, a pedestal sink and new tile ceiling.
     Wonderfully detailed for hosting large gatherings, the ground floor family room is warmed by a woodstove set into the stone fireplace.  Other inviting features include painted wood paneled walls, exposed ceiling beams, wide board random length pumpkin pine flooring and a Dutch door to the adjacent sun room. This greenhouse-style space is completely enclosed by glass walls and a glass ceiling; it has rustic stone floors a door to the outside. A cozy den is lined in rough hewn wood walls and built-in cabinetry. The same rough hewn wood walls characterize a full bath with shower. Rounding out the ground floor is a roomy storage pantry featuring a stainless steel sink, cupboards, refrigerator and upright freezer. 
     The top floor offers two additional bedrooms and another full bath. These charming bedrooms feature windowed alcoves, angled ceilings and oak hardwood floors.  
     Outbuildings include a two-car garage with loft storage created in the 1980s and two vintage stone springhouses. Idyllic views of lush lawns, woodlands, gardens and an open field can be seen throughout the home, and the superior setting far from the road adds to the overall peacefulness and serenity.  In the summer months the stone-framed pond is ideal for waterfront entertaining or fishing for bass, catfish or sunfish.  In winter, this spot turns into a Currier and Ives winter wonderland surrounded by bucolic landscapes. Along the front of the property is a creek that also feeds the pond. Mechanical workings include oil heating, private septic and a security system. 
     This historic home is located minutes from Exit 20A of Interstate 78 in Clinton Township. The township is a quaint and historic part of Hunterdon County where a charming mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian architectural styles are found.  There are unique shops and fine dining close by, while proximity to local and interstate highways makes travel to business and corporate centers an easy task.  Most metropolitan international airports are between 45 minutes and two hours away, while two commuter airports are nearby.

37 Haytown Rd Clinton Twp., New Jersey

$659,999
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Stately Brick Front Colonial nestled on 3.58 landscaped acres at Bridge Hollow estates.

8 Bridge Hollow Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$639,950
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Stone-Accented Custom Colonial 

     Set far back from a scenic country road just outside the historic village of Califon in Lebanon Township, a custom-built Colonial is sited on 1.73 level and beautifully landscaped acres. Created for the present owner in 2005, an open floor plan of nine rooms presents four bedrooms, two full baths and a powder room. The welcoming covered wrap-around front porch incorporates a spacious covered gazebo for outdoor entertaining, while the expansive rear deck overlooks picturesque views of the manicured acreage.
     Inside, exceptional design elements such as oak hardwood flooring, intricate millwork, high ceilings, French doors, a gas-log fireplace, oversized windows and an outstanding balance of formal and informal gathering areas characterize this desirable home. Sunlight streams into the detailed floor plan, beginning in a soaring two-story foyer opening to the principal rooms. Entered beyond a leaded glass front door edged by sidelights, this grand entrance has an impressive staircase with railed gallery overlook, upper level windows, two coat closets and extensive trim. 
     Flanking the foyer is a home office tucked behind French doors and featuring hardwood floors, a full wall of built-in oak bookcases, crown molding and recessed lighting.  The opposite side of the foyer reveals the formal living room, a spacious special occasion area fitted with elegant crown molding and hardwood flooring. An adjoining formal dining room features applied, chair rail and crown molding treatments, a chandelier, hardwood floors and views of the park-like property.
     Continuing the open flow from the dining room is the chef’s center island kitchen. This impressive kitchen offers granite counter-tops, a tumbled marble backsplash, wood cabinetry, ceramic tile floors, crown molding and recessed lighting. Upper-end appliances include a stainless steel DLS™ six-burner propane gas stove with electric oven and exhaust hood, a Bosch™ dishwasher and a paneled Sub-Zero™ refrigerator/freezer.  The kitchen’s dining area offers a set of sliding French doors to the entertainment-sized rear deck.  Just off the dining area is a cathedral ceiling family room featuring a raised hearth gas fireplace flanked by two circle top windows, wide board oak flooring and recessed lighting. A huge picture window overlooking the backyard fills this impressive room with natural light. Completing the main level are an elegant powder room and a mud room with pantry closet.
     Upstairs, a stylish master suite presents a deep tray ceiling bed chamber, walk-in closet and cathedral ceiling master bath with bead board walls, a jetted tub, clear glass door shower and dual sink vanity. Three additional bedrooms feature neutral paint colors and carpeting. The second floor also has a full bath with double sink vanity and a convenient laundry room featuring a Whirlpool™ Duet washer and propane gas dryer.
     Outdoor entertaining is easily hosted on the wraparound covered front porch with an attached seating gazebo or the spacious rear deck.  Both have magical views of perennial gardens, open green lawns and flowering trees. A front paver stone walkway leads to the main entrance from a paved drive.  Wonderfully maintained inside and out, this custom Colonial shows true pride-of-ownership.
     This delightful stone-accented residence also offers an attached three-car garage and full, unfinished basement.  Mechanical systems include a built-in automatic GE™ generator, multiple zones of forced hot air propane-fired heating, central air conditioning, private septic, municipal water and underground utilities.
     Lebanon Township in Hunterdon County is near Spruce Run, Voorhees State Park and Round Valley Reservation, known as some of the state’s most desirable parkland for hiking, boating, fishing and swimming.  Nearby Interstate 78 leads to several other main arteries, including Interstate 287, Routes 202, 206 and 22, making for easy travel to and from the area.

464 County Road 513 Lebanon Twp., New Jersey

$629,900
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IMPRESSIVE SALTER’S FARM COLONIAL IN TEWKSBURY TWP.

A traditional Salter’s Farm Colonial is enhanced by expansive gathering areas and numerous updates. Set along a cul de sac street on 1.37 lush acres, the open and level property is beautifully landscaped and features natural views from the covered front porch and entertainment-friendly rear deck. Inside, the flowing nine-room floor plan presents four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths, plus an attached, oversized two-car garage.

Highlights of the bright, airy interior include oak hardwood floors through-out, crown and chair rail molding treatments, a brick wood-burning fireplace, wet bar, high ceilings, neutral paint colors, six-panel doors and Andersen™ Thermopane windows. Introducing the home is a foyer featuring two wall sconces, a formal staircase with Karastan™ carpet runner and ceramic tile flooring. Flanking the foyer are elegant living and dining rooms. 

In the living room, a picture window fitted with a window seat, oak floors and crown molding are inviting details. The generously-sized dining room presents classic chair rail and crown molding as well as oak flooring. Upgrades in the gourmet kitchen include a CWI™ painted and glazed maple cabinetry with under-cabinet lighting and some glass upper doors, a backsplash of handmade cracked and antiqued terra cotta tile, and a spacious center island. Additional conveniences are double built-in trash bins, a spice drawer, tray rack and pantry. A collection of upper-end appliances such as a Jenn-Air™ four-burner cook-top with downdraft, a stainless steel KitchenAid™ Superb Architect series wall oven, stainless steel convection oven/microwave and Bosch™ dishwasher help streamline mealtimes. A sunny adjoining breakfast area offers sliding glass doors opening to the large tiered deck.

Leading directly from the kitchen is a vaulted ceiling family room designed with exposed beams, a skylight, hardwood floors, a brick wood-burning fireplace, chair rail moldings and a set of sliding glass doors to the deck. In the den, carpet over hardwood floors lends a cozy touch. This room adjoins a wet bar with stainless steel sink and oak cabinetry. Completing the main floor are well-appointed laundry and powder rooms.

Upstairs, a master suite begins in the expansive bedroom fitted with oak floors and a walk-in closet. The master bath has soaring cathedral ceilings lined in random width cedar planking, a tiled shower enclosed by a glass door, jetted tub framed in ceramic tile and dual sink vanity. Three additional, spacious bedrooms share a full bath in the hallway offering a double sink vanity, tile floors, tub/shower combination and a linen closet.

Numerous storage options are provided in the attached, oversized two-car garage featuring automatic door openers and the full, unfinished basement. Outdoor entertaining can be hosted on the tiered pressure-treated wood rear deck with a retractable shade awning, the covered front porch featuring wood flooring, or the level, grassy backyard.  A brick front walkway and rear slate walkway provide access to the home and open yards.

Mechanical workings of this exceptional Colonial include natural gas forced air heating and central air, a water softener, Bradford White™ natural gas hot water heater, whole house attic fan, public water and private septic. Originally built in 1984 and updated through the years, this welcoming home shows pride of ownership throughout.

Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County offers a small-town lifestyle that’s close to a network of highways for easy access to Manhattan or local business campuses. The entire area has a longstanding history dating back to the pre-Revolutionary War era, and retains much of its original character. Fine old homes, equestrian estates and working farms dot the township’s picturesque open landscape of rolling hills and fields.

14 Salters Farm Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$599,900
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Picture-Perfect Federal Colonial 
     A traditional Colonial designed in the classic Federal architectural style is right at home in the historic Mountainville section of Tewksbury.  A well-designed eight-room floor plan provides four bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths, plus an oversized, attached two-car garage.  Breathtaking panoramas characterize 3.32 acres of open, wooded and landscaped surroundings on a peaceful cul-de-sac street with distant mountain views. A bonus feature is the energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system designed to reduce utility costs.
     Highlights of the gracious floor plan include lustrous cherry wood flooring and imported tile floors on the main level, nine-foot first floor ceilings edged by custom crown and dentil moldings, a handsomely-mantled fireplace, French doorways, recessed lighting and Andersen™ windows.  The stately exterior features maintenance-free vinyl siding, a maintenance-free Epoch deck, a rear stone retaining wall, paver stone walkways and a graceful arbor.  Privacy and countryside views lend a sense of serenity to the backyard, a perfect spot for entertaining.
     The entrance foyer appointed with cherry hardwood floors opens into some of the principal gathering areas.  In the sunny multi-windowed living room, an energy-efficient fireplace with Heatilator insert is an outstanding focal point.  Special occasions are even more enjoyable in the formal dining room fitted with cherry hardwood flooring and intricate millwork.  A generously-sized family room offers imported tile flooring, recessed lighting and French doors opening to the spacious tiered deck.
     Wonderfully stylish, the gourmet kitchen presents furniture-grade maple cabinetry finished in a warm amber glaze and bordered by crown and rope molding, gleaming granite countertops, a tumbled marble backsplash, imported ceramic tile floors, polished satin nickel double sinks from Franke™, and a moveable center island topped in ceramic tile.  Appliances include a Viking™ stainless steel four-burner stove with convection oven and a dishwasher.  
     Upstairs, the inviting master bedroom provides a walk-in closet and private bath with a jetted tub and stall shower. Three remaining bedrooms share another full bath, while a conveniently-located laundry room completes the second story. There is also access to an attic with 13-foot ceilings offering expansion potential.
     Additional living space on the impeccably-finished lower level is arranged with a recreation room, exercise room, full bath, storage room and utility area. The garage on this level features automatic door openers.  
     Built in 2000, this captivating Colonial shows pride of ownership throughout.  Mechanical workings include two zones of geothermal heating and cooling, humidifier on the furnace, an air cleaning system, a   five-bedroom capacity septic and well water with an integrated water treatment system.
     Settled in 1715, bucolic Tewksbury Township measures 31.8 square miles and has a population of approximately 5,700 residents.  The township is located in northeastern Hunterdon County, minutes from Interstate 78 for access to New York City or one of the region’s many business campuses. This historic part of the state features picturesque horse farms, antique homes and charming villages.  Residents appreciate Tewksbury’s convenient location, wide variety of nearby lifestyle amenities and a peaceful rural setting.

4 Rocky Glen Way Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$599,000
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50-52 BUNNVALE RD Lebanon Twp., New Jersey

$579,000
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Custom Cedar Shingle Colonial on 3 Scenic Acres

     Situated amid three park-like acres of open property and mature trees, a classic Colonial finished in cedar shingles is a stately presence in Tewksbury Township. Rolling and distant hillside views can be enjoyed from many rooms and an expansive cedar deck spanning the entire rear of the home.  Inside, the sun-lit 3,500 square-foot floor plan offers four bedrooms, two full and two half baths as well as an attached two-car garage.  
     Approached by a long paved drive edged in Belgian block, a paver front walkway leads to the covered bluestone front porch topped by a barrel ceiling.  Built for the original owners in 1980 and extensively updated through the years, this appealing Colonial has been wonderfully maintained both inside and out.  Highlights of the interior include oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, neutral paint colors, oversized Andersen windows, traditional moldings, a two-sided brick wood-burning fireplace and an open, flowing floor plan.
     Introducing the eight-room home is a dramatic front door edged by sidelights and capped by a large elliptical transom window, all featuring etched glass.  The cathedral ceiling entrance vestibule, a stylish addition created in 2002, opens to a wide entrance foyer featuring oak floors, a staircase, two coat closets and views into some of the primary rooms. 
     Tucked behind a set of French doors, the formal dining room is appointed with oak floors and crown molding treatments. A large opening reveals the adjacent great room, which was added to the home in 1995. This bright, airy and generously-dimensioned space presents oak floors, a Palladian window, cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan and sliding glass doors to the entertainment-sized deck.  A marble tile powder room adjoins the great room. Nearby, a home office or den features oak floors, chair rail and crown moldings, plus a trio of windows framing the rolling views.
     Spacious and sun-lit, the eat-in kitchen presents oak flooring, manufactured granite counter-tops and whitewashed oak cabinetry. Appliances include a GE™ Profile dishwasher, KitchenAid™ refrigerator and four-burner electric cook-top.  Lending warmth and character to the kitchen and bay windowed dining area is a brick wall see-through wood-burning fireplace which is shared with the connecting family room. Family room highlights incorporate desirable amenities such as oak floors, crown moldings and a sliding glass door to the rear deck. 
     Completing the main floor is a laundry/mud room combination with ample closet space, a built-in ironing board and oak floors, plus an elegant formal powder room offering oak floors and a pedestal sink. 
     Upstairs, a gracious master bedroom designed with a sitting area offers oak floors and a walk-in closet featuring built-in wardrobe organizers. The luxurious marble tile master bath provides a jetted tub and dual sink vanity. Three additional bedrooms featuring oak flooring share a full bath in the hallway fitted with marble tile flooring, a ceramic tile bath-tub and oak vanity.
     Casual entertaining space on the partially finished walkout lower level combines billiards and recreation rooms.  Mechanical workings of this exceptional residence include multiple zones of oil-fired hot water baseboard heating, central air conditioning, a water softener, private septic, well water and underground utilities. 
     Tewksbury Township in Hunterdon County contains the historic villages of Mountainville and Oldwick.  These hamlets boast a charming mixture of Victorian, Federal, New England and Georgian style homes.  Interstate highways 78 and 287 are nearby, providing travel to cosmopolitan centers and corporate hubs.  The proximity of the interstates brings most metropolitan international airports within 45 minutes to two hours travel time.

208 Old Turnpike Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey

$519,900
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BRICK-FRONT VALLEY GREENE ESTATES COLONIAL IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, WARREN COUNTY
This impressive Brick-Front Colonial is a wonderful luxury home at Valley Greene Estates in Warren County’s Franklin Township. The Elkins Federal model presents many upscale details within an open floor plan of four bedrooms and two-and-one-half baths.  Set on 1.52 level, professionally landscaped acres, the setting offers a spacious rear paver patio surrounded by lush green lawns and distant mountain views.  

Highlights of the expansive twelve-room floor plan include lustrous oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, neutral paint colors, a wood-burning fireplace, classic moldings, second staircase and recessed lights. A beautifully landscaped front walkway leads to the front door edged by sidelights and capped by a Palladian window. Inside, the grand two-story foyer is an elegant introduction to the home, with it a turned staircase, oak hardwood floors and detailed millwork. 

Formal living and dining rooms are adjacent spaces visually separated by a set of columns; these rooms both feature oak hardwood floors, chair rails, crown molding treatments and an abundance of natural light throughout the day. Adjoining the dining room is a chef’s kitchen which was updated in 2005; it offers a center island with prep sink, granite counter-tops, a decorative backsplash, maple cabinetry, ceramic tile floors, recessed and under-cabinet lights and a walk-in pantry.  Upscale appliances include a Wolf™ six-burner natural gas cooktop, stainless steel Bosch™ dishwasher and GE™ double wall ovens. The kitchen’s dining area has a set of French doors opening to an entertainment-sized paver patio.

The open flow continues from the kitchen into a two-story family room, where a full wall of upper and lower windows, a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace and oak hardwood floors are inviting design elements. Tucked behind a set of double doors near the foyer, a home office or den features oak hardwood floors, a bay window and recessed lights. The main floor is completed by a laundry room and a powder room with pedestal sink.

Upstairs, a gracious master suite entered by double doors is arranged with an oversized bedroom featuring crown molding, plush carpeting, a sitting area, and a large walk-in closet The luxurious master bath is detailed with  a soaking tub, two wood vanities capped in marble, a double shower, cathedral ceiling and separate commode. Three additional bedrooms, each with a walk-in closet, share a full hallway bath.

Bonus casual gathering space in the lower level, which was mostly finished in 2010, includes a media room/office, leisure room and recreation room, all fitted with laminate floors and recessed lights.

Mechanical workings of this exceptional home include multiple zones of forced hot air natural gas heat and central air conditioning, two humidifiers, water softener and neutralizing systems, a 2014 natural gas hot water heater, security system, private septic, well water and underground utilities. 

Named for early American patriot Benjamin Franklin, rural Franklin Township in 
Warren County measures 24 square miles and has parts of the Musconetcong and 
Pohatcong Rivers running through its borders.  The township prides itself in being a rural-agricultural community.  Residents appreciate Franklin’s larger lot sizes, farmland 
preservation and protected open space, all of which make it a picturesque place to live. Commuting routes are found nearby in a network of highways, including I-78.

Originally built by Toll Brothers in 2002, this home has been thoughtfully maintained both inside and out by its original owners.

12 Steeplechase Ln Franklin Twp., New Jersey

$360,000
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Old World Charm w/quality updating this circa 1820's Cottage is nestled on 3 storybook acres presenting 2 bedrooms & 1.5 baths, hardwood flooring, exposed beams, fire-lit living room, master bedroom  with loft/office, (1999) country kitchen  w/ss appliances & farmers sink. Restored carriage barn, springhouse, potting shed, two car detached pole barn garage, (1999) Anderson Thermopane windows, 2013- three bedroom septic.

18 Longview Rd Tewksbury Twp., New Jersey