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1920s Dutch Colonial exudes plenty of charm, wants $699K

The home in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, is known as Maple Manor

White Dutch Colonial with portico entrance and big front lawn.
The 1920s home is known as Maple Manor.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Lawrenceville, New Jersey

Price: $699,000

This quaint Dutch Colonial in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, was built in 1920 and is known as Maple Manor. Updated since then, the 2,068-square-foot residence boasts an array of original details and contemporary upgrades that make this historic home sing.

A white picket fence, verdant manicured lawn, and a portico entrance set the stage for the bright home, which features a center hallway with a hand-stained maple leaf medallion on the oak and fir floors. Off the entrance are a formal living room with fireplace, an adjacent family sun room (also with fireplace), a formal dining room that opens onto a screened porch by way of French doors, and a cute cottage-style eat-in kitchen with wainscoting.

Up the oak stairs are a master bedroom suite with a huge bathroom with clawfoot tub and separate shower, two additional bedrooms, and another full bath (plus a powder room downstairs). Outside, the expansive private yard offers brick terraces, a petanque court, gorgeous landscaping, maple trees, magnolias, and more. Located at 2739 Main Street across the street from a golf course, the property is offered at $699,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty