Historic Homes | Homes For Sale | Real Estate

Historic Home Named Tabula Rasa in New Jersey

Share this house! ❤️

HISTORIC TABULA RASA

A Historic home named Tabula Rasa in Moorestown New Jersey that town folks call “the stateliest, most exquisite and most well constructed” home. Looking at this house today, I can’t believe it was saved from demolition. Not only that it was moved, renovated and enlarged and is on the National Register of Historic Homes. The owners have great love for their home, but now it is for sale.

The house is also called “Clean Slate,” in keeping with the past and looking towards the clean slate every new day brings.

It might take us all day to get through all the rooms in Tabula Rasa that is a Farmhouse style mansion if we were able to do a walk-through.

Tabula Rasa has three stories.

Bedrooms: Seven

Bathrooms: Four full, four half baths and three main floor half.

Fireplace: One

Histgoric Tabula Rasa for sale in New Jersey

Lovely Tabula Rasa for sale in New Jersey

Awesome interior in this stately, beautiful historic house called Tabula Rasa

Whoosh.. it’s like a hotel and then some folks. Tabula Rasa is reported to have a two-story ballroom. This must be where they clear the decks and have an elegant ball.

Stairway landing to next floor

Restored Historic home in New Jersey - Stairway

This must be the back stairway. I would be happy just living in this area.

TABULA RASA HAS TWO DINING ROOMS

Majestic Dining Room has two 3-layer chandeliers - this house is called Tabula Rasa

Party of 20 your table is ready.

Historic home for sale in New Jersey has two dining rooms.

TWO KITCHENS!!

Kitchen in Tabula Rasa house

One of two kitchens inside Tabula Rasa house

FIREPLACE

Fireplace

ONE OF THE SEVEN BEDROOMS

One of the seven bedrooms inside Historic home Tabula Rasa for sale in New Jersey

But the most interesting part of Tabula Rasa is she has

Two lane bowling alley inside Tabula Rasa house in New Jersey

a two lane Bowling Alley!

Virtural Golf driving range in historic home for sale in Moorestown New Jersey

Virtual golf driving range!

Billiards room

Billiards room and a card room, two full basement bars, two laundry rooms, home theater, playhouse, and home gym/office space above the garage, and more. The hired help must be quite busy keeping the mansion in order.

See more rooms and details on Estately, but I challenge you to guess the asking price. 

Charleston SC historic house for sale

See more historic homes here on my old houses page like this Lovely French Quarter Lady to Love

Share this house! ❤️

Similar Posts

13 Comments

  1. Wow! maintaining that house in good shape would be much more expensive than my small house right now. Such a wealthy people.

  2. Oh Sue thanks so much for the look inside. Talk about a wow I want to bowl at home. lol And I just knew it would have billiards after that and yep its there I’m sold. lol

  3. I looked at the listing, and was surprised to see the asking price. I thought it would be more.

    It’s a lovely home, but I wish the facade was more consistent. A little too much going on for my taste, but beautiful nonetheless.

    I stopped by to see how you were doing Sue and wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! Haven’t seen a post from you lately, hope all is ok.
    xxx

  4. I was thinking that my readers in the New Jersey area would know about this house or the area like you do Carolann. Interesting that you would have “never thought.” Have a great weekend.

  5. I think kitchen 2 is in the basement area Heather and the other kitchen seems very much in keeping with the original house.

  6. I think everyone’s reaction when they see this house is oh my gosh or wow. It’s truly outstanding with every room decorated beautifully. Love the kitchen! I know where Morristown is in NJ and I would have never thought!

  7. WOW! That is a lot of house! Absolutely beautiful. I like kitchen #1 over kitchen #2 .. more “homey”. Another great find Sue, thank you!

  8. Oh, my gosh!

    That’s not a house, it’s a resort.

    I cannot imagine keeping it clean. It would be pretty cool to have a bowling alley!

  9. Oh. My. Goodness! Exquisite! Beautiful home though I’m wondering how it got on the National Register with some many changes and additions that the original home is no longer apparent. That aside, though, it’s magnificent.

Comments are closed.