French Normandy Estate Along Rancocas Creek With Its Own Private Chapel


Things in this home that are original to its 1840 construction: plasterwork, crown moldings. Things that were probably added after its 1999 restoration: James Dean’s head, appliances by Sub Zero, Viking, Bosch and Gaggenau. This seven-bedroom estate was built and restored in French Normandy style along the Rancocas Creek in Moorestown. Waterfront views look a little more Normandy than Jersey, too.

The room count alone in this estate is stupefying. There are two parlors, a great room, a formal dining room, a sunroom, a formal rotunda and a game room in addition to the bedrooms and half-baths. There are three (three!) walk-in “storage rooms.” And that’s just in the main house. The property also features a detached three-car garage, a guest house, a pool house and its very own chapel. The 8-acre plot also includes three other detached garages.

Because it’s been restored to its French Normandy glory, there are copious amounts of stained glass, arched windows and … regal wallpaper.

Beds: 7
Baths: 3 full, 3 half
Square feet: 10,960
Price: $2,888,888

Listing: 351 Creek Road, Moorestown, NJ 08057

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