South Jersey real estate: Three Moorestown homes under $500,000

504 Irving Court, Moorestown, N.J.

Burlington County’s Moorestown is perennially atop national rankings lists of best places to live, probably because of its excellent schools, major curb appeal, and proximity to the nation’s sixth-largest city. These three homes can all be had for less than $500,000 in a community where the median listing price is $620,000.

504 Irving Court 
$399,900 
Monthly taxes: $643 
Tell me all about it: We love this newly renovated and updated three-bedroom home. It features a beautiful vestibule at the entry with casement windows and a gourmet kitchen with cushion-close cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances. Bonus: the unfinished attic is waiting to be turned into the room of your dreams.

420 E. Third St. 
$499,900 
Monthly taxes: $686 
Tell me all about it: This five-bedroom Victorian features a hand-painted ceiling fresco, a handsome library, and a large, eat-in kitchen. We especially love the long front porch and the patio out back.

437 S. Church St. 
$479,000 
 Monthly taxes: $1,022 
Tell me all about it: This 4,000-square-foot home offers four apartments, leaving room for plenty of rental income and – critically – plenty of parking. Out back, there is a large yard with a sitting area and views of a pond that feeds into a nearby lake.

 

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