One of the earliest structures in Flemington (mid- to late-18th Century, p. 60 of the National Registry of Historic Places, https://npgallery.nps.gov/GetAsset/1397179c-16a7-4dbf-8ec9-e635f23393f9), the house retains all of its charm and antiquity—wide-plank flooring, piecrust stairs, rough-hewn beams—and has been brought elegantly forward with top-of-the-line appliances, kitchen cabinetry, soapstone countertops, farm sink, and artisan accents. The cedar front door opens into the living room with gleaming wood pumpkin floorboards, reclaimed wavy glass windows with custom fit shades, and exposed beams. Adjacent to the living room is a bedroom or study. Piecrust stairs lead down to the eat-in kitchen warmed by radiant heated stone floors and a Vermont castings wood-burning stove. Bespoke Crown Point cabinets, soapstone countertops and a farmhouse sink complete the room. Adjacent you will find a main bath with claw foot tub and separate shower, laundry and utilities. The kitchen walks out to a lovely stone patio and tiered garden. A second set of piecrust stairs leads to the 3rd story. Skylights and gable windows brighten the spacious master bedroom and half bath. A mature garden, patio, and zen area are completely fenced with cedar fencing and mature landscaping.
Upgrades include: 2017 dishwasher, 2018 refrigerator, 2018 new gutters; Electrical upgraded, plumbing from house to street is new, in 2017 plumbing, gas, sewer lines were upgraded by the township. A Generac power backup was installed in 2018. There is an under-sink, reverse osmosis drinking water filter.
Expanded stone driveway on side of the house. The Amish built shed is suitable for many purposes. It’s a short walk to the farmers’ markets, shops, and restaurants in town and is situated between NYC and Philadelphia, approximately 1.25 hours from both.
The house is a wonderfully restored gem, has been meticulously maintained, with all of the charming features of antiquity and all of the conveniences of modern living, situated in the historic charm of Flemington, NJ
Updated on August 2, 2021 at 11:13 am