A Piece Of History In The Borough $ 650,000

A Piece Of History In The Borough
A Piece Of History In The Borough
A Piece Of History In The Borough

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For sale by

Callaway Henderson Sotheby's International Realty

4 Nassau Street
08542
Princeton
United States
Member since 2015 Trusted seller
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Responsible agent Susan Hughes
BA

Listed Price

$ 650,000
approx. $ 650,000
approx. € 527.502,95
approx. 2,387,386.30 د.إ
approx. $ 845,033.80
approx. $ 838,482.45
approx. CHF 619,531.25
approx. ¥ 4,087,200
approx. £ 463,225.75
approx. $ 5,101,596.50
approx. 3.927.235 kn
approx. $ 11,821,881.50
approx. 5.101.258,50 kr
approx. 37.081.785 ₽
approx. 5 422 698,45 kr
approx. ฿ 20,263,425
approx. R 7,697,458.60
approx. $ 18,948,800
approx. ₱ 33,915,995.10
approx. 13 387 000,25 Kč
approx. ₨ 21,580,000
approx. $ 852,019.35
approx. $ 541,328.45
approx. $ 392.561.000
approx. B/. 650,000
approx. $ 1,300,000
approx. ₹ 42,325,075
approx. ¥ 69,043,975
approx. $ 1,756,657.50
approx. $ 897,845
approx. £ 463,225.75
approx. R$ 2.147.237,30
approx. ₪ 2,274,772.50
approx. ر.ع. 250,077.750
approx. 2 222 740 zł
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Details

  • Year: 1900
  • Location: Hopewell US United States
  • Address: 21 Louellen St, Hopewell, NJ 08525 ()
  • Property type: House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Land area: 0.8 ac
  • Internal Reference: T5V65B

Description


A very unique borough home, this classic white-shingled farmhouse with picket fence and outbuildings is just around the bend from downtown Hopewell Borough. This fantastic home has been restored to incorporate modern amenities and antique charm. Originally constructed in the late 1800's, and extensively improved upon in recent years, exceptional warmth and charm are exuded in the many indoor and outdoor spaces. A new bluestone patio leads to glass atrium doors that provide entry to an interior that is filled with the patina of yesteryear. Original doors and fixtures, wide wood floor boards, and hidden Jersey winders are all inspiring. The home's country kitchen engagingly plays old-fashioned wood cabinets (the top half with glass doors) against a suite of stainless steel appliances, including a Viking gas stove and hood. Nearby is found a step-in pantry and adjoining laundry/mudroom with half bath. At the front, a living room with fireplace and built-in bookcases, and family room, are ideally proportioned and flank the main staircase. Upstairs, explore a master bedroom with bath, plus two bedrooms, second bath, and sitting room with hidden staircase. Several outbuildings serve as extensions of the house. A breezeway for morning coffee or al fresco dining sits between the house and a former chicken coop refurbished with electric and propane heat. This building has served as a convenient home office as well as additional play/entertaining space. A large barn still has stalls, workshop and a hayloft. Holidays, birthday parties and rehearsal dinners have been beautifully decorated and celebrated in this open dry barn roomy enough to also serve as great space for hobbyist, car enthusiast or antique dealer. This home has served many families over its lifetime and is waiting for his next Steward. Central Air is on the second floor only.