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French Normandy Mansion in South Jersey Chops $388K Off Asking Price


When we last wrote about this French Normandy-inspired home last February, we fawned over the brick estate's seven bedrooms and 4.5 baths, the 8-plus acres, and views of Rancocas Creek. Apparently, that hasn't been enough for this home to sell, which is why its asking price has dropped from $2,888,888 to $2,499,999. The 10,960-square-foot property was built in 1840 and was completely restored in 1999. It features original South Jersey red pine hardwood floors, crown molding, custom built-ins, four fireplaces, and a 3-car detached garage. But wait—there's more! Stained glass windows and chandeliers adorn nearly every room. And there's also a guest house, outdoor pool and pool house, and a chapel, in case those were also on your must-have list.

· 351 Creek Road, Moorestown [Estately]