A Rich History of the Historic Haines/Lippincott Home is about to be unveiled. There have been many updates and conversions from the old General Store and Post Office over the years. Once entering thru the side door you are immediately captivated by the newly restored wide planked hardwood floors thru-out most of the home. The formal dining room boast a elegant chandelier, 9 foot ceilings and custom woodwork from the 1800's. The formal living room comes complete with beautiful half shutters to expose just the right amount of light as you relax around the wood stove. The library has three floor to ceiling custom bookshelves; however this room could be used as a in-law suite. There is a full bath adorned with all the amenities to make the in-laws comfortable. Also, included in this addition of the home is a first floor laundry. Enter this designer gourmet kitchen where old world charm and designer updating merge beautifully. Kitchen features include: upgraded 5 burner stove top, custom ceramic tile backsplash, butcher block island, vegetable sink, 42 inch maple cabinets with designer glass encased and a work station. There is a sun porch to enjoy the morning paper or a cup of tea while you take in the serenity of almost a acre of grounds. The rear stairwell leads you to the sleeping chambers. The master suite boast a sitting room, upgraded carpet and dual closets. Enjoy the bath room with a redesigned claw tub and modern yet old world sink. The additional four bed rooms are all large and have access to a additional bathroom that has been remodeled complete with a Jacuzzi tub. The 3rd floor has three additional rooms for either storage or expansion. The massive basement has been water proofed, electrical has been upgraded and the heater is a newer gas Weil McIain. The outside Oasis comes complete with a large 4 column porch, Koi pond, rod iron fence, 2 driveway entrances and a Historical plaque. One year Home warranty included.
About this Area
New Jersey – South
Just across the Delaware River from Pennsylvania via the Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross and Walt Whitman bridges, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties in New Jersey have long appealed to residents working in Philadelphia but seeking a more relaxed place to raise a family. There are quaint towns like Haddonfield and Moorestown, where residents love their neighborhoods and lifestyle, yet thanks to...
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