On Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, New Jersey you will find this pristine farmhouse that dates back to 1830. (Yes, that really is the name of the street!)
New Jersey often gets a bad rap in the media, but there are some real historic gems in the state when it comes to old homes.
Take this one for example. Priced at $379,900, this early 19th Century rural farmhouse has been stunningly well-kept.
The main heat source is hot water heat but it also had two functioning wood-burning fireplaces and a woodstove.
This beauty has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
The decor is both country-prim–comfortable and period-appropriate.
The kitchen has all the modern amenities but they are camouflaged well so that the space has an old-world feel to it.
There’s a great family room addition in the back of the house with brick floors.
Only two of the four bedrooms are shown in the listing photos but they appear to be quite large and light-filled.
Side view of the home:
The park-like backyard:
The property also includes an oversized 2-car garage:
The listing says the rural property also includes a “pasture area” – making this a true farmstead.
A country life dream – on Ye Greate Street!