Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
STILL MEADOW FARM, CIRCA 1730, a magical site, nestled next to preserved land w/distant vistas, is truly a slice of Americana. Magnificently restored historic farmhouse with original wide pine floors, separate in-law suite w/patio and porch, livestock barn, income-producing, two-bedroom carriage house on almost seven acres of working farmland. The residence offers formal public entertaining space spilling out to enclosed screened porch, brick patio with jacuzzi, garden, fields and stream. The main floor boasts a formal living room w/period, walk-in FP, formal dining room w/romantic FP, formal parlor/receiving room, library, new renovated kitchen, breakfast room and guest suite with separate entrance. The upper floor includes a large, primary bedroom w/dressing area, full bath. Five other sleeping/guest rooms (one a full suite with sitting room) and two newer full baths, painstakingly designed with period fixtures. A full, floored, walk-up attic is accessed by wide permanent staircase. The basement has a brick floor and original walk-in fireplace. The property has served as a cattle farm, sheep farm, Christmas tree farm (trees ready for 2022 season) and was previously owned, enlarged and enhanced by a prominent family post WWII. The second residence is legally rented or can be enjoyed for multi-gen purposed.
Branchburg Township is located in Somerset County, just minutes south from the intersection of Interstates 78 and 287 and less than an hour from Newark and New York City. It has been described as 'not-quite-rural, not-quite-suburban' by Rolling Stone, because of the mix of modern neighborhoods built over the last few decades with rolling hills, pastures, farmlands, and countryside. You will find places to work here in Branchburg, Such as 31 Tannery Project, but commuting into the city is easy with train and bus service to and from New York. Highways202 and 22 also provide easy access to major roadways that lead into Newark and New York.Show More