Moorestown Victorian Hits the Market for $725K (PHOTOS)

Moorestown Victorian Hits the Market for $725K

$725,000 | Built c.1889 | 6 Beds | 3 Baths | 4,104 Sq. Ft. | 0.84 Acres
400 Chester Avenue, Moorestown, New Jersey, United States, 08057

Available for the first time in 45 years, this lovely Victorian home on a large 0.84 acre corner lot in Moorestown, New Jersey has hit the market for $725,000. It was built c.1889 for Joseph T. Sullivan, a lumber baron, and still retains many original details such as built-in cabinetry and china cabinets, three staircases, a service bell system and antique telephone. The main floor includes a grand entry foyer with 10-foot ceilings, a large parlour, formal dining room, four-season sunroom, private office with original inlaid flooring, original pocket doors and a sweeping staircase. The upper two floors contain several bedrooms while the basement is large with high ceilings and laundry hookups. There are a total of six bedrooms and three bathrooms. Several upgrades have already been completed. The kitchen was completely redone in 2014 at a cost of $100,000, the furnace and hot water heated were replaced in 2007, the main roof in 2006, the porch roof in 2008 and the garage roof in 2009. Additional features include a wraparound porch, gazebo, circular driveway and carriage house with potential upper rental. As per the listing, the listed square footage does not include the third floor, carriage house loft or the full basement. This unique Victorian residence is on the market for $725,000 with Compass New Jersey LLC.

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