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1790 Colonial

1790 Country Home

Enjoy the warmth and charm of a beautifully restored 18th century colonial home. This classic antique has been kept true to form using the original random width pine floors, exposed beamed ceilings, some original glass windows, and the old stone well out front.

Both formal living room and guest bedroom have fireplaces, while the cozy family sitting room boasts the original 1700’s walk-in hearth!

The elegant foyer reminds one of a bygone era with its two doors, front and back, that still have their original glass panels and the staircase leading to the upper level. A second staircase, in the sitting room, leads to a private bedroom.

To complete this house, there is an updated kitchen, Rainsoft water treatment system, 200 amp service, two zone heating system, and two full baths. In addition, butler's pantry, computer room, and laundry room.

With this home, the outside rivals the inside. You feel secluded on two park-like acres while only minutes away from Flemington, Lambertville, or New Hope. Major roads and train stations close by lead to New York or Philadelphia, while the home resides on lightly traveled Toad Lane.

Outside, the circular driveway brings one past the heated art studio and original 1700’s post and beam barn. There are massive Norway maples that frame the front of the property and many specimen plantings and flowers that bring beautiful views wherever you look.



Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 2
Heated Sq. Ft. 2,475
Stories 2
Acres 1.9

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Archived in March, 2011

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