A Mill Hill Landmark Home! Affectionately known as the “Face of Mill Hill” for its mansard roof, imbricated slate tiles and distinctive Second Empire architecture, 112 Jackson Street is a true standout along its quiet, tree-lined street just steps from Mill Hill Park, the Assunpink Creek and a quick walk to Starbucks and local restaurants. This eclectic home, one of the largest in Mill Hill, has undergone extensive renovation and restoration, adding all the comforts of modern living while dutifully preserving the home’s 19th century charm. Features like stylish Eastlake hardware, period Trenton porcelain door knobs, original broad pumpkin pine flooring, crown moldings and plaster medallions, Victorian-era light fixtures, a sweeping front and back staircase, 15ft ceilings, and charming bay windows now coexist with central air, new double insulated windows and a brand new water heater. Impressive double doors open to an elegant floating staircase whose curves hint at the wonders of the second and third floor living spaces. The main level offers a large double parlor with beautiful bay windows, original double hung shutters and floor-to-ceiling side windows that flood natural light into the room. Just beyond the rear staircase, the substantial dining room features chair rails and a plaster medallion accentuating an antique chandelier. A modern powder room just off the dining room offers guests a respite. The gourmet eat-in kitchen, though recently redone with modern amenities that include Silestone countertops, modern gray cabinets, and stainless steel appliances, maintains its charm with the cozy nook and triple bay windows that provide views of the beautifully manicured garden. The entire second floor is your very own private retreat. The cozy primary bedroom has a wood burning fireplace, ample closet, and original pumpkin pine floors. The recently built en suite bath has a claw foot tub, glass shower, linen closet, laundry closet with washer and dryer, and water closet. The second floor also has an additional bedroom turned dressing room, a library with built-ins and another bathroom. The upper floor has three bedrooms and a brand new bathroom. The front bedroom on this floor has original closets, built-ins and a fireplace. Mill Hill is a welcoming community of engaged neighbors with a renowned civic association that holds several events throughout the year, including the annual Easter egg hunt, ice cream socials, soup and chili socials, annual garden tour and the annual holiday house tour. Located within walking distance to the city center, state and county government offices, Mill Hill playhouse and Art Works. The neighborhood is home to many intellectuals, professors, artists, composers, elected officials, judges and other professionals. Close to the Trenton Transit Center, Mill Hill is an easy commute to New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC, with easy access to US-1, I-195, I-295, and US-206. It’s a 15 minute ride to Princeton University and the community is home to several faculty members, administrative staff, and students.
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