BLUE RIBBON EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY
Brimming with charm, character and custom details, this equestrian property in Tewksbury Township is situated on apx. 4 level acres (with additional land available for separate purchase) adjoing the picturesque Tewksbury Trail System. The acreage features an updated four bedroom colonial, multi-stall barn, a professionally designed outdoor riding arena, post and rail fenced pasures and a paddock.
The home's beautifully flowing floor plan presents spacious rooms fitted with noteworthy appointments such as hardwood flooring, a wood burning fireplace, interior French doors, built-in cabinetry and one of a kind detailing.
Entered by a foyer featuring slate floors and a dramatic hand painted mural of country scenery, there are sightlines into some of the main gathering areas. The living room features hardwood flooring and a French door opening onto the formal dining room. In the dining room, classic molding treatments include wainscoting and chari rails. Anchored by a brick raised hearth fireplace, the welcoming family room has beamed ceilings, floor to ceiling bookcases and unique wood flooring salvaged from an 18th century ship. The country kitchen is updated with granite countertops, black Irish slate flooring a dining area and pantry.
Upstairs, a spacious master bedroom with hardwood flooring provides a dressing room, walk-in closet, private master bath and an unfinished bonus room for future expansion. Three additional bedrooms and another full bath complete the second story.
Located amid the scenery of Hunterdon County's prime horse country, this property backs to the renowned Tewksbury Trail System which offers miles of scenic bridle paths and riding trails. On-site equestrian facilities include a four stall barn with an additional smaller poney stall, tack room, running water and recent electric service. The professionally designed and constructed outdoor riding arena has seven layers of all-weather footing for excellent drainage, a lush fenced and gated paddock and four gently rolling pastures.
Mechanical workings of the home include newer forced hot air oil heating and central air conditioning. Built in 1979, the traditional clapboard and wood shingle colonial shows pride of ownership throughout.
Located less than four miles from exit 24 of Interstate 78 and close to the quaint village of Oldwick, there is train and bus service available locally to New York City. Students in th area attend a award-winning public school system, while recreational programs abound for all ages.
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