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Charming historic home with curb appeal asks $189K

The 1840s home is located in Trenton’s Mill Hill neighborhood

A semi-detached wooden home with green facade trimmed in pink sits on a city street.
Jones House was built circa 1840 and recently updated.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

A lovely circa-1840s wooden house has come on the market in Trenton, New Jersey’s Mill Hill historic district. With a minty facade trimmed in a dusty pink, it’s certainly got that Curbed appeal—and a delectable offering price to match.

Known as the Jones House, the recently updated 1,680-square-foot residence features a formal dining and living area, a spacious eat-in kitchen, and a cozy family room with wet bar. On the second level are three spacious bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and plenty of storage. Here, one of the home’s three bathrooms features wainscoting and a charming country feel, while another feels more streamlined and contemporary.

The property also boasts a bluestone patio, sizable yard, and a quaint “farmer’s porch” right off the kitchen for outdoor entertaining and relaxation. Rounding out the city dwelling are a gated driveway that can accommodate two cars, and a partially finished basement ready to be adapted to a variety of uses. Located at 104 Jackson Street, it’s offered at $189,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty