Real Estate

JUST LISTED: Gorgeous 5 Bedroom Custom Split Level

Posted April 11, 2019 By Benjamin Jampel

Listing Stats
  • Address: 10 Far Hills Rd.
  • City: Springfield
  • State: NJ
  • Zip code: 07081
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3.1
  • Lot size: .52
  • Price: $825,000
  • MLS Number: 3544796
  • Listing URL:
  • Realtor name: Benjamin Jampel
  • Phone: 908-627-2880
  • Realtor Email:
  • Agency Name: Weichert Realtors
  • Agency Phone: 908-782-8800
  • This beautifully updated, custom-built split level home showcases exquisite attention to style and design. Perfectly situated on a professionally landscaped 0.52 acre lot with a brick paver driveway lined with Belgian block.
  • Tall shade trees and evergreens surround the home and provide privacy. Timberline™ architectural shingles, custom windows, a stacked stone covered foundation and updated siding add to the curb appeal.
  • Gorgeous Carrara marble tile floors, gleaming oak hardwood flooring, new and antique clerestory windows, sophisticated light fixtures and crown molding are just some of the incredible design elements of this approximately 4,000 square foot home.
  • Of special note is the updated and expanded gourmet kitchen, truly the heart of this home. Upper-end design features include custom maple wood cabinetry with soft-close doors, slide-out shelving, Hafele™ magic corner cabinet organizers and some with custom-made glass doors and interior lighting.
  • Sparkling “Absolute Black” granite counters are beautifully complimented by the hand-made painted glass backsplash and highlighted by under-cabinet lighting. Custom, handmade pendulum lights illuminate the center island breakfast bar topped with quartz granite in a golden brown.
  • This Large island features double stainless steel sink and Miele™ stainless steel dishwasher. Additional top-of-the-line appliances include a Bosch convection oven, microwave convection oven and warming drawer, a Bosch™ 4-burner electric cooktop with a retractable downdraft exterior vented exhaust.
  • The grand master suite is a haven of comfort for the owners of this home. This 2003 addition has all the most wanted features for a private retreat including a huge (16 x 11) walk-in closet with attic storage access and a fabulous custom-built maple wood cabinet with parquet doors.
  • Additional features include new and antique clerestory windows, satin glass doors to a balcony (one in the master bedroom one in the master bath) and a vaulted ceiling.
  • Luxurious details in the master bath include a custom vanity with custom marble, tumbled travertine tile flooring and walls, Neptune™ air jetted tub, and a large custom trackless shower with built-in bench and Grohe™ multi-jetted shower.

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