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SOLD
$445,000
Date 09/15/2022

37 E 3RD Street
Moorestown, NJ 08057

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Residential
4
Beds
1
Baths
+
1 Half
1,747
Sq. Ft.
0.83
Acre Lot
1of
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Courtesy: Coldwell Banker Realty
brightmlshomes.com> New Jersey> Moorestown> 08057
Built in 1890, in the heart of Moorestown's diverse Town center, with Restaurants, Boutique shops, Historic Hardware Store, Post Office, Library , Recreation Center and Town Hall, just two blocks off Main Street make walking a pleasure.Click Icon for video tour and documents. The backyard is Huge 137 x 263 ( .872 acers. ) Much of the original character has been retained. Refinished pine plank flooring. two enclosed porches, Sitting Room, Formal Dining Room, Living Room, Eat-in Kitchen redone in 2010. First floor also has a powder room and laundry. All appliances will remain.(GE profile Gas double ovens, gas cook top, dishwasher, Samsung Refrigerator, microwave, Maytag Dryer, Kenmore Washer). Door to 10' x 20 Deck and backyard. Plenty of room to entertain; need more parking, just open the gates to get additional parking. Well landscaped with perennials. Love to Garden, there is room for a vegetable garden. Large Shed has electric and includes the mowers. Back inside, you'll notice fresh paint in a neutral palate. The 4th bedroom does not have a closet, use as an office or grab the space to expand the bathroom. Look for the Window seat in the front bedroom as well as lights in the two closets. There are wood floors under the carpet in the few rooms that have carpet. Walk-up Attic for extra storage space. Windows have been replaced with Anderson Windows, full screens and storm doors. The Basement was completely refurbished with steel beams, cinderblock, and thick concrete floor, plus Bilco doors to the backyard. A bit of history, the railroad tracks were first laid in 1848. Passenger Travel ended in 1969. Today the railroad is used by a slow moving, small freight train. Town has an ordinance that requires the train not to exceed 5 mph. It passes the house twice a day Mon-Fri, usually late morning and afternoon. There are some luxury and expensive townhouses (Eagles and Flyers players lived here), right next to the tracks. I would take that as evidence that it isn't all that intrusive. "We first noticed, but after a month or so we got used to it and stopped noticing"
NJBL2028032
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Colonial, 2+ Story
4
MOORESTOWN TWP
BURLINGTON
1 Full/1 Half
1890
2.5%
0.83 Acres
Hot Water Heater, Sump Pump, Gas Water Heater, Pub
Frame
Public Sewer
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