Alloway NJ Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Alloway, NJ is $335,000.
the county median home value of $134,400.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Alloway, NJ is $335,000.
Approximately 77.21% of Alloway homes are owned,
compared to 10.47% rented, while
12.31% are vacant.
Alloway real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Alloway real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
This Fannie Mae Homepath property is a sprawling rancher that sits on 6 acres. The home has a welcoming covered front porch giving access to the foyer area when entering the property. The formal living room has recessed lighting, the formal dining room is off of the kitchen that features new white shaker style cabinets with a peninsula and granite countertops with room for stools, tile backsplash, undermount sink with a window overlooking the rear yard and recessed lighting that is open to the family room. The sliding glass doors in the family room gives access to the large rear deck where you can grill and entertain your guest or enjoy your morning coffee. Off the kitchen is the laundry closet, half bath and access to the 2 car attached garage. There are plank floors throughout the house with new carpeting in the bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and updated bathroom with a large vanity, free standing tub and oversized tile shower with glass doors. There are 3 additional bedrooms and an updated hallway bathroom. The home has a new roof, new dual zone heating and CA, hot water heater, freshly painted, new flooring throughout and light fixtures. Full basement with access from the garage or the house. Fenced in pasture area.
The most charming bungalow youâll find in Alloway Township. This home was fully renovated in 2019 and has the perfect mix of new renovation and older charm. The first floor features brand new flooring throughout. As you walk in you are welcomed by a large living room with a franklin stove. The kitchen is gorgeous - brand new white cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances along with an older built in that has been restored and is a perfect pantry. There is also an eat in dining room large enough to fit a table for 6-8 comfortably. The first floor is finished by a laundry room in the rear and a full bathroom. Upstairs youâll find three bedrooms, ample closet space, and a cozy half bath. The house has central air throughout! Outside youâll find a patio and a large fenced in backyard. There is a larger newer shed in the rear as well. The driveway can comfortably fit at least three cars. This home is truly move in ready - come see it today!
Circa 1790. This Beautiful Brick Colonial home is located in rural Alloway Township, Salem County. Generations have known this historic landmark as the Col. Jacob Hitchner House, with ties directly to our first president, George Washington. Legend says that Col. Jacob Hitchner received a battlefield commission for heroically providing food to Washingtonâs men when they were starving at Valley Forge, PA. The house was originally built circa 1760 and finished in 1790. It has led many lives: originally a home, then a tavern and stagecoach stop, a town center, a farm and finally a home again. It features 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a âballroomâ or meeting room, random width pine floors, exposed beams, period hardware, interior wood paneling, chair rails, 5 fireplaces, 2 of the fireplaces are working, with one having a gas log set, the other is a huge kitchen fireplace with its original cooking crane. The house features a formal staircase made of rare tiger maple and cherry wood and a back enclosed staircase, a country kitchen with fireplace, built in cupboards and pantry, high end stainless steel appliances, solid surface counter tops and large eat-in area. The Living room and Dining room fireplace mantels, circa 1810, are by Samuel Field McIntire, of Salem MA. Samuel Field McIntire was one of 18th century Americaâs finest carvers and furniture makers. His mantels are displayed in many museums including the Metropolitan museum and the Art Institute of Chicago, 2nd floor is divided on two levels, the private owners suite has eleven foot tall ceilings and custom bathroom with walk in shower and spacious dressing area, two more bedrooms and a full bathroom are on a separate level, 3rd floor has 2 bedrooms and a âballroomâ or huge activity room with beautiful antique pine built-in closets. The covered front porch is perfect for rocking chairs, secluded brick patio with pergola and mature landscaping, and two storage outbuildings. This is truly a historic gem now restored and updated with modern conveniences. A rare opportunity to own a piece of history! 40 Year Metal Roof and Septic System are recently replaced, this home is ready for you to move right in and enjoy! Alloway Township Elementary School and Woodstown High School!
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