3 Gephardt Farm Rd,
Union Twp. NJ

4 beds | 4.1 baths | 2.33 Acres | MLS/ID#: 3567015

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Description

A masterful orchestration combines distinguished architecture and a lakeside setting in a chic, move-in ready home a few miles from the charming river town of Clinton.  An intimate enclave of six private homes features views over the stocked lake and 20 acres of common land with boating and walking trails.  Private tennis facilities are included. The words ‘pastoral setting’ pale in comparison to what one finds within this lakeside enclave of exquisite homes Local wineries and brewpubs are within a 15-mile radius of this lakeside community. Scenic roads lead to the Delaware River towns of Frenchtown, (of Eat, Love Pray fame), Stockton, and Lambertville adjoining New Hope Pennsylvania.  Seasonal concert series held in local historical churches, nature walks and art shows at the Pralls Mill Historic site provides endless fun adventure for all ages. This lifestyle also offers endless possibilities for entertaining at home on the deck high over the lake, quiet strolls around the property and more room to explore on the 20 acres of communal land.  The lake is stocked with bass. The home’s architectural style is reminiscent of the Tidewater vernacular with stacked stone and maintenance-free Hardie Plank board and batten siding. This classic look has timeless appeal while the luxurious materials are low maintenance. Natural gas is another cost-effective amenity. Stone walls, perennial gardens and rolling lawns to the lake add focal points to the unique views.  Other exterior features are manicured grounds and gas outdoor lighting fixtures which cast a warm glow on the stone façade.  Upon entering, guests are treated to sparkling views of the lake through tall transom-topped French doors.  Other interesting interior features are a dual entry hall in the Tidewater style, arched doorways, elaborate millwork, two handsome fireplaces and richly-hued random width floors on both levels. These are stunning additions to the décor’s understated elegance. The first-floor entry is flanked by exquisitely appointed living and dining rooms.  A centrally-situated family room is open to the kitchen and the perfect place to entertain. French doors to the elevated Trex deck connect this space to gorgeous vistas. A wood-burning fireplace with period mantel is a gracious focal point flanked by built-in cabinetry.  The cook can also enjoy the fire from the gourmet kitchen featuring white Shaker-style cabinets, granite counters and a double sink in the oversized center island.  Additional amenities include a collection of upscale appliances including a stainless steel Wolf range and grill and a Sub-Zero refrigerator with two separate crisper drawers in the island.  An office or guest bedroom with a crisp en suite bath occupies the eastern end of the house. The first-floor master bedroom with upscale en suite bath and large walk-in closet is located in the western portion.  The second floor offers a series of bedrooms plus versatile bonus spaces.  There is a handsome library with built-in bookcases, bedrooms, two with en suite full baths, an office space, a playroom, and a craft room. On the walkout ground level, a series of windows and glass doors present light-filled spaces looking over the lake, stone walls and patio.  A change in mood is reflected in this more contemporary, lighthearted décor. Wonderful recreational areas are combined with an exercise room and half bath. This level also offers a large home office opportunity.

Located conveniently in the Pittstown area which is well-known for equestrian activities, this home is accessible from I-78 and the bustling Route 22 corridor for shopping and dining. The river town of Clinton offers a scenic downtown, the historic Hunterdon Arts Center, fine restaurants and canoeing. Ken Lockwood Gorge with world-class trout fishing is nearby, as is the Columbia Trail for walking and biking. Union Township also offers fine Blue Ribbon schools including the highly-ranked North Hunterdon High School which offers STEM, the advanced Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program.
Bedrooms 4
Full Bathrooms 4
Half Bathrooms 1
Property Type Residential
Year Built 2006
Acreage 2.33
Style Colonial, Detached, Custom Home
Taxes $20,384 (2018)
 

Schools

Elementary UNION TWP
High N.HUNTERDN
Middle UNION TWP
 
Number of Rooms 11
Basement Yes
Basement Desc. Walkout, Finished, Full
Community Living No
Pets Allowed Yes
 
  • Bar-Wet
  • Walk-In Closet
  • Security System
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • CO Detector
  • High Ceilings
  • Smoke Detector
  • Track Lighting

Appliances

  • Trash Compactor
  • Generator-Built-In
  • Range/Oven-Gas
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen Exhaust Fan
  • Dryer
  • Microwave Oven

Amenities

  • Tennis Courts
  • Lake Privileges

Fireplace

  • Rec Room
  • Family Room
  • Living Room
  • Wood Burning

Flooring

  • Stone
  • Tile
  • Wood

Heating

  • 2Units
  • ForcedHA
  • Humidifr
  • MultiZon

Fuel type

  • Gas-Natural

Cooling

  • Multi-Zone Cooling
  • 2 Units

Water

  • Private

Water heater

  • Gas

Sewer

  • Septic

Sewer

  • Garbage Extra Charge

Room layout

Room Dimensions Floor
Master Bedroom 15x14 First
Bedroom 2 17x12 Second
Bedroom 3 18x14 Second
Bedroom 4 14x12 Second
Den Room 13x13 First
Dining Room 16x12 First
Family Room 18x18 First
Kitchen 28x14 First
Living Room 17x14 First
Office 16x11 Second
Office 16x11 Second
Exercise Room 20x13 Ground
Laundry Room 7x11 First
  • Patio
  • Open Porch(es)
  • Deck
  • Thermal Windows/Doors

Garage

  • 3 Spaces
  • DoorOpnr
  • Attached
  • InEntrnc

Driveway

  • Additional Parking
  • Blacktop

Roof

  • Wood Shingle

Lot

  • Backs to Park Land
  • Waterfront
  • Open Lot
  • Lake Front
Photo of Catherine Weinstock

Questions?

908-930-4426

cweinstock@turpinrealtors.com

Union Township, NJ real estate market

About Union Township

Known for its splendid country scenery and charming historic hamlets, Union Township in north-central Hunterdon County measures about 20 square miles. It borders the equally appealing municipalities of Clinton, Franklin, Holland, Bethlehem, Lebanon and Alexandria. While the township is surrounded by natural beauty and farmland, it also enjoys a central location near Interstate 78, Clinton and Flemington. Incorporated in1853, the 2010 census reported Union Township’s population as 5,908 residents. 

In 2013, New Jersey Monthly magazine rated Union Township 5th out of the Top 100 New Jersey towns based on home values, property taxes, crime rate, school performance and lifestyle. A relaxed, semi-suburban atmosphere is a major draw for home buyers.
Residents here have a choice of single-family home neighborhoods like The Sanctuary, Village Square or North Hill Estates, condominiums at Union Hill or townhomes at Union Gap Village.

Designated historic districts within the township include Norton, Pattenburg and Jutland. At one time Pattenburg and Jutland had railroad stops, enabling them to grow as village centers with schools, small businesses, churches and homes springing up as a result

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