This classic 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom colonial home is set back from the road on 3.58 acres in a desirable cul-de-sac neighborhood with southern exposure and mountain views. Improvements include a new roof, furnace, central air conditioning, and hot water heaters. The interior includes a floor plan that flows well for day-to-day living while affording the spaces required for family gatherings and other entertaining.
The home welcomes visitors through a front porch with double doors leading to a large foyer. The entrance foyer connects to the dining room, living room, kitchen & family room. The entrance foyer offers double coat closets and connects to the dining room, living room, kitchen, and family room. The living room features hardwood floors, a bay window & three large windows overlooking the front yard. The dining room which is located across the foyer features crown molding, hardwood floors and opens into large the eat-in kitchen. The kitchen features wood cabinets, new granite counters, an oversized refrigerator and freezer, an expansive granite center island and recessed lighting. The large breakfast area has a pass through overlooking the family room and steps to the sunroom featuring a huge skylight. The first-floor office has abundant natural light and is adjacent to a full bathroom. The first-floor laundry room can be accessed through the kitchen and has access to the outside side entrance. The family room features a brick front wood-burning fireplace with raised hearth.
The entertaining spaces of the home are completely separate from the private living spaces with all of the four bedrooms and two of the full bathrooms located on the second floor. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet, an en suite bathroom and a brick front fireplace with glass doors. The newly renovated master bath has two vanities, a jetted tub with a large picture window overlooking the backyard and a skylight overhead. The stall shower has both a rain shower head and a wall shower head. Like the master bedroom, the home’s three additional bedrooms are large and feature hardwood floors, abundant closets, and copious natural light throughout the day. The second bathroom has access to the main bath which features a tub-shower. The hall bath has a large vanity, ceramic tile floor, and a stall shower.
The partially-finished full basement has a game area and storage room. Systems of the home include a newer furnace for the forced hot air heat fueled by natural gas, two newer central air conditioning units, two newer hot water heaters, 200 amp electrical service, and well water.
The attached, oversized two-car garage is on the main level of the home and is suitable for storage of cars. The backyard features a wood deck, brick patio, and large gazebo.
The property is located in Tewksbury Township, one of the most prestigious areas of Hunterdon County, a town renowned for its natural beauty, private estates, and upscale lifestyle. Tewksbury is known for the popularity of equestrian sports related to the nearby Essex Hunt Club, United States Equestrian Team and United States Equestrian Foundation, and miles of scenic riding trails in the Tewksbury Trail System. The township supports an active youth sports program that includes lacrosse, soccer, softball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, and baseball teams. Nearby outdoor recreation areas include Christie Hoffman Farm Park, the Ken Lockwood Gorge, the Columbia Trail, and Round Valley Reservoir. The home is served by Tewksbury Elementary School (designated a Blue Ribbon School in 2011), Old Turnpike Middle School, and Voorhees High School (designated a Blue Ribbon School in 2015) and is convenient to private schools (Gill St. Bernard, Pingry, Willow School, Far Hills Country Day) with nearby shopping, golf courses and country clubs (Hamilton Farm, Fiddler’s Elbow, Trump National). Commuter highways (Interstates 78 and 287), TransBridge Line buses and NJ Transit trains allow for convenient access to New York City and Newark Liberty International Airport.