Big, bold and beautiful—those adjectives all describe a three-level barn restoration situated on three acres of gorgeous, level property in Tewksbury Township. Truly expansive at 8,000 square feet, the floor plan is spread out and sprawling, with generously-dimensioned gathering areas throughout. Formerly a dairy barn built in 1910, the converted home still maintains its agrarian roots with a towering silo, amazing stonework and enormous rooms. In fact, this home is roomy enough to comfortably accommodate multiple generations under the same roof in bedroom suites, making it feel like your own personal inn or B&B. Alternately, it would be a fine retreat for a writer, artist, musician or any professional seeking a tranquil environment.
Fine architectural details are seen in the exposed trusses and beams, which have been gracefully rendered in rooms like the master suite, giving the space a more ethereal rather than rustic aesthetic. Large clerestory windows and soaring volume ceilings with exposed joists in select rooms lend a bright, airy feeling. An oversized gourmet kitchen features new appliances, granite counters and ample space to host large gatherings and holiday get-togethers. Chefs will delight in options like induction cooking, stainless steel appliances and three sinks. Well-designed public and private spaces offer an ideal backdrop for entertaining and everyday living.
Truly a piece of local history, this immense home offers an equally dramatic setting. The open land is enhanced by a regulation-sized basketball court for a quick pick-up game. There is a heated swimming pool, brick tiered patios and an indoor wet bar for summertime entertaining. Manicured and park-like, the acreage is well-screened by lush shrubs and a canopy of tall trees.
Well-maintained by the present owners, this special residence is perfect for buyers who are seeking a restored antique home filled with wonderfully unique details.
Tewksbury in Hunterdon County is well-regarded for its top schools, world class golf facilities, outstanding fishing at Ken Lockwood Gorge, abundant parkland including Christy Hoffman Park, Whittemore Wildlife Sanctuary and Willowood Arboretum as well as dedicated hiking trails, the Tewksbury Trail System for horseback riding, outdoor recreation, and numerous cultural events nearby. Commuters are close to I-78, mass transit options and corporate campuses in the region as well as Newark Liberty International Airport and easy access to New York City.
For more information about this antique barn for sale, luxury real estate in Tewksbury or luxury homes for sale in New Jersey, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746.