This is a lot of house for the money! From what I can tell it was last used as a “spirituality center” and the three car garage was converted into a chapel by the diocese. The stone home was built in 1919. It is located on five acres in Milford, New Jersey. I wish there were more pictures and better pictures. There are hardwood floors and a lot of built-ins. There is paneled walls and stone walls. Eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 6,840 square feet. $375,000
Contact Gennaro Pagano with Keller Williams Realty
From the Zillow listing:
It is an extremely handsome, natural stone home of approximately 6,840 square feet. The interior was artfully constructed with raised paneled molding, painted plaster walls and ceilings, a large masonry fireplace, decorative box beam ceilings and distressed oak flooring with cup head nails. A three-car garage was converted by the diocese into a chapel.
LARGE MASONRY FIREPLACEDECORATIVE BOX BEAM CEILINGSDISTRESSED OAK FLOORINGCUP HEAD NAILSNATURAL STONE HOMEPAINTED PLASTER WALLS