Historic House Listings

Pretty house! In a lake community. Circa 1941 in New Jersey. $385,000

May 22, 2024

This is a pretty house! The lake looks nice too! The house was built in 1941. It is located in Vernon Twp,, New Jersey. The house features a large deck, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, exposed log walls, stone fireplace and built-in bunkbeds. This home is situated in the Highland Lakes Country Club with access to all facilities, five lakes and seven sandy beaches with lifeguards. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,320 square feet. $385,000

Contact Carly Ebers with Werner Realty: 973-657-9222

From the Zillow listing:


As the morning sun rises over an Appalachian Mountain ridge, greet the day on an expansive log deck with elevated lake views. Stroll across the street to the member only lake access, boat storage and dock. Swim, paddle or sail before returning to your rustic retreat to rest on the built-in entry/storage bench. As you enter the living room, gaze at the vaulted ceilings with hand hewn rafters anchored by an impressive fieldstone fireplace. Refresh in a recently updated bathroom with slate floors, marble counter, and tiled walk-in shower with glass door. Entertain from the charming kitchen with cork floors & pine cabinet doors crafted to conceal an under-counter fridge and freezer. Ascend the log steps to the primary bedroom with lake views while guests enjoy two additional bedrooms + custom log bunkbed. Step back outdoors and explore stone pathways, vibrant blooms, and hidden alcoves perfect for quiet reflection. Descend into the lower level, where a one-car garage, laundry, and ample storage await. This home has been lovingly maintained and admired, a testament to the allure of lakeside living at its finest. This original log home is part of the private Highland Lakes Country Club which offers various activities, clubs, and friendly competitions: sailing, tennis, softball, fishing, swimming and more! Access to all facilities, 5 pristine lakes, 7 sandy beaches with lifeguards! Whether seeking a weekend getaway or a permanent residence, this cabin embodies garden state living.


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