Built in an era when craftsmanship, durability and authenticity were priorities, then proudly maintained and restored by the same family ever since, this clapboard Cape is a lovely reminder that bigger isn’t always better. All who enter are absolutely charmed by the built-in cupboards, Dutch door and the bright white kitchen, where gingham wallpaper is a cheerful accent and an enameled Chambers range piques everyone’s curiosity. These workhorses are prized for their efficiency and signature retro look! Don’t miss the fold-away table for quick bites and extra prep space. Larger meals are served in the dining room, which adjoins the living room warmed by a fireplace. Of course, a home of this vintage has real oak floors and these ones positively gleam. Two bedrooms share a bath tiled in pretty shades of aqua, another special vintage touch in excellent condition. Should a third bedroom be desired, simply tap into ample space on the unfinished 2nd floor. A sunroom provides more seasonal-use space and views of the backyard, which extends through a second rear yard designated for WWII victory gardens, all the way to a county park. The tree-lined street is an easy drive to Rutgers and routes to NYC.
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