This 2, 300+ square foot Victorian home has many original elements that give this home a lot of charm. From the covered front porch, you enter this home into a large formal foyer with original staircase railings and stained-glass window to the hardwood floors and high ceilings that continue throughout most of the main floor. Off the foyer there is a very large living room with five windows that bring in tons of natural light and a cooling cross breeze. There is a formal dining room that would comfortably seat many guests for your gatherings and entertaining. The kitchen is large with plenty of space for another table for everyday dining. The main level also has an additional great room with wall-to-wall built in bookshelves, lots of windows, beamed ceiling and its own half bath. This room currently is used as a den, but it is considered the forth bedroom and could be useful for those who need a main level bedroom. On the upper level, in addition to the master bedroom there are two ample size bedrooms and a full bath. The master bedroom has its own full on-suite bath. The original fourth bedroom on this upper level was converted into the master bedroom walk in closet and dressing room. This could easily be converted back into a fifth bedroom. While the third level attic needs some sprucing up, it is a large open space with eleven windows and high ceilings. There is much potential in the attic space to make it into what works for you. There is plenty of storage in the basement. There is parking in the driveway for at least four or more vehicles. Most of the windows have been replaced within the past five years, the siding was installed within the last two years. This home could easily have 5+ bedrooms with minor conversions to the master bedroom's dressing room and possibly more in the attic with its high ceilings. This home is situated between Rt. 130 and Rt. 45 providing easy access to major roadways, I-295, Rt. 42 to Atlantic City and I-76 to Philadelphia. Make your appointment today to see this large Victorian home.
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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