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$ 385,000

Titusville Area Residential Home


5 Fabrow Drive Titusville, NJ 08560

3 Bed
2 Baths
1534 sqft
MLS# NJME299208
This tidy home has the classic styling of a 1960s ranch, with the modern touches today~s homeowner has come to expect, including gleaming hardwood floors, muted wall colors and gorgeous bathrooms.The home is set on .6 acres of manicured lawn and lovingly tended perennial and evergreen beds, dotted here and there with brick walkways and stone terraces. From the tiled foyer, step straight into the spacious eat-in kitchen with ample counter and cabinet space, or go right into the living room, where a bay window frames a view of the front yard. Next is the home office (former dining room), with ceiling fan and chair rail molding, and the second point of entry to the kitchen.From the kitchen, a hall leads to the attached one-car garage, the mud/laundry room with backyard access, and stairs to the part-finished basement with crafting space, and rooms for storage, exercise, work benches and utilities.Two bedrooms with ceiling fans share a hall bath with Craftsman-styled wainscot on the lower part of the wall, and a tub/shower combo with horizontal plank tile accented by a stripe of multi-colored glass.One of the master bedroom~s muted gray walls is expertly stenciled in a classic white pattern. A ceiling fan and windows with built-in shades cool and darken the room. The private bath features a pedestal sink with curved basin and drawer storage, and kaleidoscope accent tiles on the walls.A sliding door leads from the kitchen to the Trex deck, where built-in picnic benches and a granite-topped table provide a spot for al fresco dining, shaded by a retractable awning. A stone terrace leads to a lily-topped goldfish pond, and curved beds sunny enough for vegetables hug the back of the home.An automatic whole-house generator eases concerns about power outages, and ample storage in the basement and attic will meet an array of needs.Location wise, this home will appeal to historians, outdoor enthusiasts and commuters. It~s a stone~s throw from Washington Crossing Park, where Gen. George Washington made his famous crossing to change the tide of the American Revolution; within easy strolling and driving access of the D&R Canal hiking and biking trails, and an hour from the shore; and, it offers easy access to major commuter routes and train stations (Hamilton with service to NYC and West Trenton to Philly), and Princeton, Pennington and Trenton. Award winning Hopewell Valley Schools, with Bear Tavern Elementary just a mile away.
Listing Courtesy of BRIGHT IDX / Hopewell Valley / Susan DeHaven