This rare A-frame NJ home is like an oasis
If you’re looking for some peace in your life keep scrolling. You may have found it.
There is a small home for sale in Hammonton that is a unique A-frame design. What you may not know about the style is an A-frame house keeps sound out but you can hear a proverbial pin drop on the inside. The seller, Cynthia Cordova, told NJ.com. A-frames were “built because of the weather in the Swiss Alps. They don’t get snow on the roof, the wind goes right past them.”
It sits on 2 bucolic acres and has its own horse stall and a riding area. Many years ago I worked at Eiser’s in Hillside where they sold equestrian supplies and 90% of our customers would have wanted this home. Boarding a horse doesn’t come cheap and to have it on your property would be a dream.
The house is listed at $249,890 on realtor.com. It was built in 1976 and has a little more than 1,000 square feet and taxes are listed at $3,788 for 2021.
Cordova says she updated pretty much everything from the heating system to the roof, water heater, well and more. This looks like a dream for the right person.
Take a look inside.
This look just whispers peaceful
Look at this back deck
If you own a horse you won’t have to board it anymore
View of the front door
A bedroom that would feel like a cozy cave with that cool slanted wall
For as rustic as the setting is, doesn’t the interior have a touch of big city loft feel?
Love it or hate it there’s no denying this home is unique
Even a second floor
I can almost hear the late summer crickets if I’m hanging out on this deck at night
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