OPEN HOUSE October 30th - Seller offering $4k in closing costs with acceptable offer and settlement by January 31, 2017. A deal this good is SCARY! Modern Amenities wrapped in stately Victorian craftsmanship, this home, located in the center of Historic Mount Holly, is rich in architectural details and tasteful modern updates. The porch provides guests a welcoming first impression, and a prime spot for entertaining. Upon entering the center hall, you're greeted with gorgeous quarter sawn oak millwork and original hardwood flooring. To the left, the 'parlor' is currently used as an office featuring built-in bookcases and gas fireplace. To the right, the great room offers built-in curio, and another gas fireplace for cozy winter nights. Continue into dining room, with period decor and chair rail molding. Make your way to the gourmet kitchen, complete with wet bar, SS appliance package with 5 burner range plus 2 ovens, and butcher block island. There's 3 sinks to choose from, depending on your cooking/mixology project too. Just off the kitchen is a breakfast room that can also be used as a sunroom, plus oversized laundry room that doubles as a walk-in pantry. This home has front and back staircases to the 2nd floor. This floor features 3 or 4 bedrooms including one currently connected to the master bedroom and used as a huge walk-in closet. This floor also features 2 well-appointed bathrooms, including a lavish main bathroom with a dual-sink comfort height vanity and tiled oversized shower. The 3rd floor features another 3 bedrooms as well as a storage area that may hold a future 3rd bathroom as well. The yard is spacious and also contains an oversized 1-car garage. There's off street parking for at least 3 cars. The homeowner will provide a 1-year HSA home warranty at settlement. This property is less than 10 minutes to I-295 and the NJ Turnpike, 20 minutes to McGuire-Ft Dix, and 30 minutes to Philadelphia. Or stay close to home and walk into downtown Mount Holly for dining and shopping, too. This home embodies the principal that "They don't make them like they used to..."