c. 1770 – Titusville, NJ

Added to OHD on 7/18/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   3 Comments
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34 River Dr, Titusville, NJ 08560

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  • $259,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2176 Sq Ft
  • 0.5 Ac.
Historic Titusville 1770 stone home with riparian rights to Delaware River being sold in an AS-IS Where Is condition to cash buyer only. This is a very unique opportunity. The property still has many original features, including fireplaces throughout. The property may contain health hazards from the presents of mold. Showings will be for a limited time and all offers must be presented to the listing agent no later than 5 PM July 22, 2019. No one is to enter the property without signing a hold harmless form. Each person entering must sign in advance. The form is available through any Real Estate Agent who is a member of Bright MLS online attached to this listing or from the listing agent.
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I Lee Dickstein, C-21 Veterans - FINE HOMES & ESTATES
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3 Comments on c. 1770 – Titusville, NJ

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3431 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What an intriguing property. The low quality of the photography actually lends it a romantic, interesting air, don’t you think? Really cool.

  2. JimHJimH says: 5105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Titusville developed around the Delaware & Raritan Canal and the “river lots” laid out by Uriel Titus after 1830. It’s possible this house predates that although it isn’t noted in the Titusville Historic District info.
    This is a desirable area near Princeton and Trenton, and full of history – Washington’s famous crossing of the Delaware on Christmas 1776 was just south. There’s a lot to work with here. The riverfront lot across the street is included, and an old fashioned gazebo would be a nice addition.


  3. PuristaPurista says: 159 comments

    This is another of the rare intact survivals, meaning historically intact. Less so its ceilings. It begs for someone with a strong preservation bent who can respire a few oz. of lead over time without suffering more than, say, 50 percent diminished mental capacity, still enough to maintain an admirable preservation ethic. I would take it on myself but I have done enough of these already that my own interior plumbing, so supple and resilient in youth, is now lead-lined and my microprocessor hovers at about 5 percent of original speed and efficiency. Too late to chelate for this old boy.


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