It's not often that a property comes on the market that defies description. This exceptional 1914 Craftsman style colonial has undergone 14 years of meticulous renovation bringing it into the 21st century while restoring its original charm and elegance. This one of a kind home, located in the Historical District, is situated on a deep wooded lot surrounded by stately oaks, with your own private dock on Jeddy Pond. Enter from the inviting full width front porch into the large welcoming center hall with a beautifully restored oak split staircase. First floor features include; refinished oak floors throughout, large but cozy LR with granite stone fireplace, media /family room with large rear view windows, stunning soft-industrial kitchen with Thermador gas range, SubZero refrigerator, soft close custom maple cabinetry and a chef's dream pantry with a convection oven, second sink and abundant cabinet storage. The DR with two basket handle arch alcoves, currently used as an office, and a powder room complete the first floor. The second floor consists of a beautifully appointed master suite with full bath featuring: Waterworks handmade tile, heated stone flooring, dual adjustable shower heads, Grohe fixtures, Ronbow sink, Toto toilet, walk-in California Closet with frosted glass pocket doors and a 6' by 12' sitting room with amazing lake views. No need to head to the kitchen for your first cup of morning coffee, the second floor lounge with a coffee bar and walkout balcony is right outside your bedroom door. Grab a cup of joe and enjoy the sounds of nature and the beautiful sunrise from the sitting room. Two bedrooms, a full bath and yellow pine hardwood flooring all complete the second floor. Air conditioning throughout, all updated plumbing and electric, security system, oversized two car detached garage with workshop, electric and water access. This home has been recognized by the New Jersey State Legislature's Historic Preservation Award Program and Bridgeton City's Citizenship Award Program for its impeccable renovation and can only be appreciated by your own personal tour.