A Southern Waterfront New Jersey Gem is offered. "Charles Clanton Hilyard Born Here" reads an early news article describing the Historic Farm originally constructed in 1768 where colonial soldiers once frequented. Joesph Sneathen, a mill owner purchased land in 1762, constructing the historic sandstone home at his grist-mills during the year 1768. The farm's Privately situated among farm fields offering agriculture or equestrian potential. Decades spanned since the news 1933 citation. Subsequent families each imparted their uniqueness. Renovated to expand, a large foyer leads to original hardwoods into a full Chef's Kitchen. Tastefully designed, not only aesthetically, but functionally. Kitchen features include: Commercial grade appliances, Large Granite Counter Tops, custom Tiled backsplash, ample Cherry Cabinetry and a deep Farm style sink. Radiant light emanates into the Kitchen eat-in dining area. All within eyesight of Lake Bostwick. Deep toned granite Radiant tiled floors keep everyone warm, even during the coolest months. Original millwork ascends by-way of fully restored hardwood floors into three spacious rooms. Two updated upper level bathrooms meld period details while maintaining history. Recent 50 year cedar roof, upgraded windows further complete restored features. A large additional barn provides detached professional office potential. Close to major routes of transportation leading to Wilmington or Philadelphia, the seclusive location entices many seeking relaxation and tranquility from busy lives. Additional adjacent land parcels available.