Type: Residential - Single Family
A lovely Brick Federalist style 4299 Square ft, Colonial home & gorgeous 2200 square ft 2 story Carriage house dating back to 1805 in the historic Yorkshire section of Burlington City. Located within blocks of the central historic district, a park, the marina, and public boat ramp. For the yachtsman in you sailing and motorized boating is minutes away on the lovely Delaware River. In All Boasting 4 very spacious bedrooms, two full bathrooms, 6 fireplaces, & tons of storage space, and an unfinished basement; the front door opens to a vestibule with beautiful French doors leading into the first-floor foyer; where to your right is a well-appointed living room, connected to the first-floor family room. Down the hall a large dining room attaches to a spacious eat-in- kitchen featuring an island, wine fridge, double sink, and built-in desk for organizational tasks. A lovely surprise off the dining areas are a sun porch and a full bathroom. Leaving the kitchen towards the back yard entrance, you are greeted with quant breakfast room with a built-in cupboard. This home offers much more as you walk up to the second floor. A spacious landing enters into a home office with a separate entrance, and library with built in bookshelves. Also, located on this floor is the master bedroom with a large walk-in closet and doors to a summer porch, a full bathroom and second bedroom. Lastly, the third floor boasts two additional bedrooms, a storage room, and multiple closets for additional storage. Throughout the home, original hardwood floors have been refurbished, plaster crown molding accents, 12 ft ceilings, and so many custom details reflective of the historic nature of the home. In the outdoor gardens on a semi winding path, one would stroll past specifically placed outdoor living spaces, ending at an idyllic huge 2 story carriage house; which could potentially be an income producing unit as a private studio for painting, music, office, or other, as It has its own electric meter& private entrance. Walk to local shopping and restaurants within the historical district. A short drive to major highways and shopping centers, centrally located to all of New Jersey.