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Historic Moorestown Mansion With Basketball Court & Bowling Alley Asks $4.9M

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It didn't take much for this Moorestown mansion to impress: After all, it has 7 beds, 4 full and 4 half baths, and it's on the National Register of Historic Homes—it was originally built in 1819 by Josiah Lippincott, the founder of Morristown. But! Then we realized that this 19,924-square-foot mega-mansion, named Tabula Rasa, has not one, not two, but three ridiculous (and awesome) features: An indoor basketball court, a virtual golf driving range, and a two-lane bowling alley.

Not a sports fan? Then you can hang out in either the two-story ballroom, card room, billiards room, home theatre, playhouse, or one of the two full basement bars. Heck, we'd be happy living in the office space above the garage. There's also an elevator, multiple fireplaces, and two kitchens.

According to, this home has actually been on and off the market since 2011 when it was listed for $8,900,000 and has undergone significant price chops since then. It was also saved from demolition at one point. The current asking price of Tabula Rasa on 628 Windsock Way, Moorestown is $4,900,000.

· 628 Windsock Way, Moorestown [Long & Foster]