Step into History in this (Circa 1802) Federalist gem in South Jersey, this South Harrison treasure that beautifully blends classic elegance with timeless charm and is situated on 1.76 acres. As you approach you’ll be captivated by its timeless brick facade and formal Federalist architectural style. Step through the front door and you’ll find a truly remarkable interior that is so very spacious offering many room options. This stately residence boasts five spacious bedrooms, original wide wood plank flooring, and seven original fireplaces, creating an ambiance of historical grandeur. The heart of this home is the large eat-in kitchen, featuring soapstone countertops that effortlessly combine elegance and practicality. The formal living room and dining rooms provide refined spaces for entertaining, while the family room offers a more casual atmosphere for relaxation and gatherings. The bonus room ( keeping room) would make for a lovely home office with a walk out to a side covered porch. The HVAC has been updated and there is a whole house generator and it features a slate roof. Adding to the allure of this property are two historic outbuildings. The workshop provides endless possibilities for hobbyists and craftsmen, while the ice house, constructed with Jersey sandstone, is a captivating relic from a time when ice was a prized commodity. Nestled in the heart of South Harrison, New Jersey, the 1802 Federalist-style home stands as a living testament to a bygone era. This historic masterpiece has been lovingly preserved and updated, offering the perfect blend of old-world charm and modern convenience. Owning this home means becoming part of South Harrison’s rich history. The rare architecture and meticulous preservation serve as a reminder of the past, ( Alexander Hamilton!) while remaining conveniently accessible to nearby historic Main Street Mullica Hill with shops, dining and plenty of wonderful events. Serviced by Kingsway High School.