New Listing/Neighborhood Overview: 2 Delaware Road, Florham Park/Convent Station

  • Posted on July 22nd, 2015
  • by Turpin Real Estate
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Grand Mansion for Sale in Convent Station


A small corner of the borough of Florham Park in Morris County is located in the scenic and historic Convent Station section. Situated in the western edge of the borough near The College of Saint Elizabeth, Fairleigh Dickinson University, the Morris County Golf Club and the NJ Transit train station, this refined estate property on Delaware Road is surrounded by over three acres of tranquil grounds. The elegant floor plan presents six bedrooms, five full baths and a powder room.


Originally built in 1929, the residence retains many original features such as built-in cabinetry, arched room opening, three fireplaces, custom millwork and rich wood paneling. A graceful brick exterior is capped by a slate roof, while exterior amenities include a wonderful gunite pool, circular drive, stone front terrace and courtyard entrance amid the park-like setting.


At the turn of the last century, this part of Morris County attracted millionaires who built Gilded Age mansions filled with opulent details. This new listing is a remarkable example of the care and thought that was put into home designs of the early 20th century.


When ranked the 10 Best Small Cities in New Jersey in 2014, Florham Park was ranked Number One based on its safety record, household income and robust housing market. Centrally located near downtown shopping and dining in neighboring Morristown or Madison, the Convent Station section of Florham Park has a NJ Transit train station offering Midtown Direct service for a one-seat ride to Manhattan. A network of highways and Morristown Municipal and Newark Liberty International Airports are also nearby.


For more information about luxury homes for sale in Florham Park, luxury real estate in Convent Station, or luxury homes for sale in Morris County, contact Turpin at 877-788-7746.


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