Impeccably maintained and updated, a rare gem awaits in one of Mount Laurel's finest estate homes. The elegant circa 1835 Samuel Shreve House showcases a host of modern updates which respect the home's Early American spirit while offering a luxurious lifestyle that appeals to today's buyers. Authentic center hall Colonial layout presents a nice flow for entertaining in spacious, sunlit rooms. One-of-a-kind detailing observed in original wide plank wood flooring, extensive moldings, handsome doors with vintage hardware and charming built-ins. 8 unique fireplaces include 3 edged in rarely-seen Valley Forge marble. Upgraded kitchen with soapstone countertops, copper sink, handmade tiles and brick fireplace. Generous bedrooms include master retreat and private spa-like bath. Third floor craft room ideal as home office or art studio. Expansive rear deck is designed with a huge screened gazebo overlooking lighted tennis court, hot tub and manicured grounds. Boxwoods imported from England 150 years ago and 125-year old pecan trees dot the landscape. Special features of the park-like setting include wonderfully restored brick smoke house now used as a garden shed, classic red barn, 3-car garage and outbuildings. State-of-the-art mechanicals such as 3-zones of gas heat, 2-zone high velocity central air system and sprinkler system for entire property. A central location close to local schools, houses of worship and Mount Laurel State Park enhance this landmark residence minutes from I-95 and 295. Motivated Seller. Bring an offer!