About 628 Windsock Way
Welcome to 628 Windsock Way, a captivating fusion of timeless charm and modern sophistication. Originally constructed around 1819 by Josiah Lippincott, one of Moorestown, NJ's founding figures, this extraordinary property seamlessly blends historical significance with unparalleled elegance. Meticulously revitalized over the years, it has become an iconic gem in the South Jersey real estate market. Boasting six generous bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and four half bathrooms, this expansive residence is situated on an impressive .85 acre lot, offering abundant space and luxurious amenities that surpass even the finest new constructions. The exterior of the estate exudes an everlasting allure, featuring a harmonious blend of Hardie board, stone, and brick. The property's original shutters, windows, doors, and structure, dating back to 1819, have been meticulously preserved, adding to its remarkable heritage. In 2002, the entire structure was relocated to its current site, and substantial renovations and additions in 2007 resulted in a remarkable multi-million dollar project, rendering this home truly one-of-a-kind.
As you step inside, be prepared to be captivated by the exquisite craftsmanship, intricate millwork, and stunning light fixtures adorning every room. Notably, the hallway ceiling connecting the dining room to the grand ballroom showcases a replica of Paul Gauguin's iconic 1897 masterpiece, "Where Do We Come From? What are we? Where are we going?"—a striking, feminist interpretation of the cycle of life.
The grand ballroom itself is a sight to behold, reminiscent of Architectural Digest's finest features. With its coffered ceilings, Tiffany crystal dome, ornate crystal chandeliers, and a private mezzanine, this space exudes luxury. However, it is the fireplace that truly steals the show, leaving an indelible impression on all who witness its grandeur. For sports enthusiasts, the carriage house gym awaits, featuring a regulation half-court basketball court complete with a digital scoreboard, breathtaking wood-panel vaulted ceilings, and retractable walls for open-air play. This remarkable home boasts not one, but two kitchens, complete with a butler's pantry and custom Woodmode cabinetry, alongside top-of-the-line Wolfe appliances. The basement offers a haven of entertainment, starting with a fully equipped bar featuring a beer tap, heating lamps, and Sub-Zero appliances. Adjacent to the bar, you'll discover a meticulously restored, PBA-regulation two-lane bowling alley, accompanied by a dedicated shoe room. And why settle for a driving range when you can indulge in your own private, all-season golf simulator?
Additional noteworthy features include a three-floor elevator, study and office spaces, two laundry rooms, a media room, billiard space, and a living area above the garage. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to own a piece of thoughtfully transformed history. Embrace the "Tabula Rasa" that awaits as you become the proud new owner of this exceptional contemporary residence. Come and experience it for yourself.