1789 – Pilesgrove, NJ

Added to OHD on 11/29/12   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   2 Comments
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37 Layton Rd, Pilesgrove, NJ 08098

  • $199,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2480 Sq Ft
  • 14.91 Ac.
George Washington was sworn into office and this home was built in 1789. Throughout the years this home has been well cared for and is the purest of any home true to its heritage. Painstaking details and craftsmanship went into this masterpiece to keep it a true historical gem. The home features a newer kitchen with stainless counters, lots of rooms, an office or studio loft, real working period fireplaces, hardwood flooring, front and rear staircases, a wlk up attic, newer septic, newer well, and oil tanks in basement. The home comes with an actual old school house, milk house, garages, shop, and barn all on almost 19 acres. The land has fencing and paddocks and shelter. The package includes a 14.91 acre parcel and 3 buildable lots. If you are looking for a historical home this is the one for you. This home is being sold as-is and the buyer will be responsible for any rollback taxes if they take it our of farmland assessment. This living legend will make any history lover proud to call it home.

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  1. Vicki says: 50 comments

    Like this house as well as the mid-century modern in Springfield (and, of course, the castle is amazing), but just wanted to comment on how well-written the descriptions are. Wow. Nice to see reasoned, judicious, and descriptive realtor-speak — written in complete sentences with no Annoying capitalization of certain Random words. :-}

  2. says: 470 comments

    I like the mantels in this one. I’m assuming the house must be somewhere near Pennsylvania, as it has those twin entrances typically found in old PA farmhouses.

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