Charming Farmhouse Circa 1880 To Call Home
A charming Farmhouse on the market in Haddonfield NJ has me wishing I could buy it. Let’s click our ruby slippers and say There’s No Place Like Home three times.
It’s not too big and not too small, and has a detail list too long to recall.
I mean it has a lot of bells and whistles for a charming Farmhouse. Haddonfield, NJ has a historic preservation district so we may be visiting there again soon.
A bit pricey at $369,900 but that’s all relative to the area. Three bedrooms and two baths and 1,297 square feet of enchantment. Inside are plenty of white plantation shutters. The fireplace is surrounded by built-in shelves. Updated kitchen countertops with charming Farmhouse cabinets.
Sometimes when looking at houses on Housekaboodle, I take a practical attitude and sometimes not. This charming Farmhouse would not be too hard to keep clean inside. The backyard has a cute shed and the yard size looks manageable.
Nice little front porch to decorate. I like the front screen door with transom window, the iron gate and flowers hugging the house.
We will look at just a few of the charming Farmhouse rooms today.
This looks like the original fireplace.
Great (probably original) Farmhouse door leading to the side entrance.
New countertops are Quartz.
An unexpected skylight window in the bedroom of this 1880 Farmhouse.
Cute as a button! If you live in the area see more charming Farmhouse details on Zillow.
There are a lot of charming homes on Housekaboodle. An unusual and popular farmhouse to see is the Beatrix Potter Hilltop House.
An Italian villa called Masseria Degli Angeli – Farmhouse of the Angels
A Southern Belle – Sugarberry Cottage
So many homes to find that are charming or unique. If you see one that strikes your fancy, let me know. Have a great weekend.
This is a great home story Carol. You “made it your own” wonderful Art and Sand beach house is For Sure!
I like the exterior better than the interior, but the right furnishings could fix that.
When my daughter and I checked out our present home to buy, she hated the furniture so she nixed the house and she didn’t even want to show it to her dad. We actually bought another house, with farm less charm, because it was decorated so cute. Thankfully, the house fell out of escrow and I showed our home to my husband. He couldn’t figure out why I didn’t show him this house in the first place. With the right furniture, we made it our own.
what an adorable home!Charming is the perfect word for it! I love the landscaping so natural!
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