It's not everyday that you come across a home of this historical magnitude. This 4 bed 4 bath colonial farmhouse sits on 78 plus acres in Hopewell, NJ. Built in 1690 by Cornelius Anderson, this 3200 sqft home was turned over to Andrew Mershon around 1730. It was about that time that the home began operating as an Inn and Tavern. The current owner has dedicated his time to preserving the integrity of the entire property, keeping its unique originality in tip -top condition. The home contains many features that are as they were in the 1700's. Among them are, the original hardwood flooring, hand carved fireplace mantles (1776), the original stone fireplace in living room and master bedroom, the original cooking fireplace with lug bar in kitchen. In addition to its unique historical features,
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Listing Courtesy ofERA Central Realty Group