Columbus, NJ

Added to OHD on 4/23/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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474 White Pine Rd, Columbus, NJ 08022

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  • $176,800
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 3290 Sq Ft
  • 10 Ac.
Large Colonial Farmhouse with lots of outbuildings, and amazing potential!!! Lot consists of additional 10 acres set back from road. The possibilities here are endless with the right imagination. Schedule to see today and start planning the grand restoration!
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Mital Amin, Silver and Oak Realty
(201) 630-0360
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10 Comments on Columbus, NJ

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  1. Lots of potential here. It’s certainly dirty, but that’s far better than falling apart. Too bad all the radiators are gone 🙁
    Being set so far back from the road certainly ensures peace and quiet.
    Clean, refurbish, call it home.

  2. lormeklormek says: 4 comments
    1987 story&1/2builtourselfs
    Hunlock Creek, PA

    I think there is more than meets the eye behind this poor house. Ceilings seem low & the doorways seem askew for some reason. I think this house would need a complete refurbishment.

  3. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1068 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    Lots and lots of elbow grease and Hocus pocus you have a beautiful home.

  4. JoeJoe says: 756 comments
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    1820 Federal
    Baltimore, MD

    It looks like it could go either way. The house has a beautiful stair, looks like the ceilings might have been lowered, and as usual there are not enough pictures to tell. The aerial shows a long collapsed roof on the barn which is the thing that would daunt me. Of course the acreage would be really appealing to me. It would be nice to be that far back from the road.

  5. A collapsed barn is not that hard to deal with. Call the fire department, get a burn permit, and light it up. Scavenge what you want first.

  6. JimHJimH says: 5242 comments
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    The farm of Robert Edward Aaronson (1823-1894), his wife Caroline Taylor and their 3 children. During the 19th Century, there were a dozen Aaronson farms in the township, tracing their history to a John Aaronson who came there from Queens NY shortly after 1700. Aaronson Road begins at the farm’s entrance, evidence of their long occupancy. Caroline’s family had been in the area even longer – the Taylors were among the earliest Quaker settlers there, residents when the town was created in 1688.

    The house has woodwork from after the Civil War, but its form, windows and double entry suggest a much older home, possibly as early as 1800. It looks like the stair was rebuilt and the ceilings plastered at the later date. The exterior was parged with mortar, which was common for brick and stone farmhouses from the earliest times. With 10 acres and barns, the property could serve many uses and the cost is low to start.

  7. TlchandsTlchands says: 9 comments
    Wasilla, AK

    Wow look at that red claw foot bathtub! Super neat! Am I wrong to think it’s an unusual?

  8. This farmhouse was purchased by Blushing Fields Flower Farm!

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