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September 28, 2015

9 exquisite South Jersey estates on the market

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South Jersey is home to many residential estates.

Some of the most beautiful estate-level residential properties in the northeast can be found in South Jersey. Here’s a glimpse of just a few currently on the market:

A Gary Gardner Original

55 Lane of Acres, Haddonfield, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach – Cherry Hill)

This is a splendid, state-of-the-art Haddonfield estate home on sought-after Lane-of-Acres. An impressive gated entrance welcomes you to professionally landscaped grounds along a graceful drive. Separate and apart from the expected ultra-luxury features such as custom-millwork, marble baths and whirlpool tubs, this property offers everything from a putting green, card room, and walk-in humidor to a salt-water fishpond. Nothing has been overlooked.

See the listing here.

“Tabula Rasa”

628 Windsock Way, Moorestown, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of Long & Foster - Moorestown)

This 1819 Josiah Lippincott-built Moorestown beauty is on the National Register of Historic Places and boasts the charm, character, and history typical of such properties – as well as features not found in even the most extravagant new homes, including a two-story ballroom, an indoor basketball court, and a two-lane bowling alley. “Tabula Rasa,” of course, means “clean slate.”

See the listing here.

Nantucket-Style Beauty

839 Matlack Drive, Moorestown, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of Long & Foster - Moorestown)

Award-winning Nantucket- and Berwyn, PA-based architect Lyman Perry designed this six-bedroom home on nearly three acres in Moorestown. Luxurious features and finishes include a gracious circular drive, an amazing six wood-burning fireplaces (with gas hookups!), an infinity-edge pool, cherry hardwood floors throughout, cedar shingle roofing, natural soapstone kitchen counters, a dumbwaiter-accessed laundry, and not one but two Wolf convection ovens in the kitchen. This is breathtaking yet tasteful extravagance.

See the listing here.

An Achievement in Luxury

24 S Hinchman Avenue, Haddonfield, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty)

Truly unique features characterize this spacious Haddonfield property, among them 19-foot ceilings in the living room, reclaimed barn-wood flooring, a “secret” garden of plantings, rocks, ponds, and waterfalls, and a covered-stone breezeway leading to a remarkable above-ground resistance pool. There’s a wine cellar for oenophiles, and a cedar-lined storage room for seasonal clothing. For extra comfort throughout the home, there are an impressive seven separate heating and cooling zones, with radiant-heated floors throughout.

See the listing here.

In the sought-after Hunt Tract

224 Munn Lane, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach – Cherry Hill)

Nearly five acres of lush grounds are the setting for this superb seven-bedroom Cherry Hill estate home, whose centerpiece is a stunning two-story foyer and living room. The kitchen is custom Poggenpohl, and the second level features two separate wings for privacy. Enjoy custom granite wet-bar, movie theatre, gaming area, walk-in wine cellar, and an amazing six-car garage.

See the listing here.

1897 Joseph Roberts Masterpiece

215 E Central Avenue, Moorestown, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of Long & Foster - Moorestown)

Hotel owner and captain of industry Joseph Roberts built this Georgian Revival estate at the turn of the century, and owners since have maintained this historic gem – set atop a hill in one of the premier neighborhoods of Morrestown - to absolute perfection. It boasts an all-brick exterior, functional shutters, a cedar shake-shingle roof, dramatically curving bay windows, a majestic portico, cherry and chestnut pocket doors throughout the home, and a level of finish carpentry virtually unheard of in today’s homes.

See the listing here.

Pond-View Drive Prestige

405 Pond View Drive, Moorestown, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of Weichert Realtors – Moorestown)

A circular driveway brings you up to this glorious home, situated on over two acres of lush landscaping. Through the stately double front door are features such as marble-clad floors in the foyer, a fashionable tray-ceilinged dining room, a first-floor study/library, a vaulted-ceilinged breakfast room, and a butler’s pantry with its own granite prep-counters. Tucked away on a private cul-de-sac in Moorestown, this home boasts a beamed-ceilinged family room and a separate media room with custom built-ins.

See the listing here.

French-Normandy Inspired

351 Creek Road, Moorestown, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach – Cherry Hill)

This is a sublime and elegantly appointed French Normandy inspired 19th century brick estate, set on the Ranconas Creek in Moorestown, offering a large family an impressive seven bedrooms, three full-baths, and three powder-rooms. The original plasterwork details are impressive, as are features such as four working fireplaces, a three-car detached garage, a guesthouse, chapel, and in-ground swimming pool. The kitchen is totally state of the art, with Viking, Bosch, and Gaggenau appliances.

See the listing here.

Custom Estate in Cherry Hill

1140 Barbara Drive, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

(Photo courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach – Cherry Hill)

Celebrated builder Gary Gardner set this awe-inspiring estate home on one-and-a-half acres of tastefully landscaped grounds in Cherry Hill. In winter, the heated granite walks and driveway melt away snow and ice. Along with expected luxury features such as marble-finished baths, steam showers, and gas fireplaces, this home’s features include such amenities as a private rear staircase leading to the second floor and bedrooms, three dressing areas in the master with custom cabinetry, a slate roof, high-tech security stem, lightning protection, fire suppression, and heated copper gutters.

See the listing here.