1932 Stone House In Chester Township New Jersey
255 Fox Chase Rd, Chester, New Jersey, 07930
7 beds ¦ 9 baths ¦ 13,314 sqft ¦ 54.67 acres
Eileen Scott ¦ Weichert Realtors ¦ 973-543-6511
About This 1932 Stone House In Chester Township New Jersey
Welcome to Fox Chase Farm – an absolutely stunning private equine compound replete with magnificent 17 room fieldstone manor house embracing the grace and sophistication of a bygone era. Comprehensive equestrian facilities including a lighted riding ring, picturesque paddocks with covered hay feeders, post and beam barn with six-stalls, wash/grooming bay, expansive hayloft, and two-bedroom apartment. Detached three-car garage with au pair/guest suite above, maple syrup cabin, lighted tennis courts, sparkling in-ground swimming pool, and cascading stream feeding a tranquil pond- all this, and more, sited on over 55 acres including pristine woodlands and rustic meadows.
All-stone, circa 1932 manor house with a top to bottom renovation completed in 1994 has 17 rooms including 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 3 powder rooms, 5 fireplaces, lovely living room, open floor plan great room with exposed beams, gorgeous gourmet designer kitchen, resplendent breakfast room, butler’s pantry, exquisite formal dining room with dreamy pond views, handsome two-story library, cloistered first-floor primary bedroom suite with sumptuous bath and private office/sitting room, billiard, recreation, and exercise rooms, lower-level walk-out, custom millwork, recessed windows, and wide-plank hardwood flooring throughout–this captivating home has a comfortable, easy living floor plan and seamless flow
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