• Sean Friel

A modern marvel on Third Street


918 N. Third Street has a sloped roof, along with two fireplaces and a fenced in backyard. (THG/Sean Friel. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.)

Right off of Third Street, 918 N. Third Street is a home that is move-in ready, with custom designs and a unique atmosphere. Pulling up to the home, interested buyers will be attracted to the custom landscape of the home, with a beautiful lawn, a brick walkway to the home and even two modern sheds in the back.


When entering the home, the foyer catches the eye, with high ceilings and light blue paint covering the walls. The chandelier adds some light to the room but also brings the room together. To the left of the foyer is the living room, with a unique three-bladed fan and cream colored walls. The living room is small and could be used as a den. Heading down a hallway to the right of the foyer will lead to another potential den area. The room is wide with high ceilings and is currently serving as a working bar and relax area. The white vinyl walls of the room allow for the woodwork to stand out, and creates a nice tone for the room. As mentioned before, the home is move-in ready, with any of the furniture being available to own for buyers, including the furniture in the bar and relax area.


Moving into the kitchen of the home, granite countertops can be seen, with wooden cabinets and all new appliances. The window above the sink lets in natural sunlight, but if needed there is an overhead LED lamp with a fan inside. The lamp and fan can have dark or light color tones, depending on what the desired setting is. A lazy Susan cabinet fits in the kitchen, and is tucked away near the sink.


Walking next to the kitchen, buyers will find the sun room with ease, as the natural light of the room brightens up the home. The sun room is bigger than expected, with room for a couch and a few other chairs. The room offers direct access to get outside to the backyard, and has windows lined up for letting in natural light and viewing the backyard.


Down one of the halls of the home, buyers will find the bathroom and laundry room next to one another. The bathroom is a modern and updated room, with tile lining the floors and walls. The laundry room features an electric washer and dryer set, however they can be hooked up to the gas lines of the home.


Walking past the bathroom and laundry room, the master bedroom makes an impression, with plenty of space for any sized bed, and room for furniture. The master bedroom is one of the only rooms in the home that does not feature any furniture, but impresses nonetheless. The bathroom attached to the master bedroom is another modern bathroom, with vinyl lining the walls and a hardwood finish on the ceiling.


Across from the master bedroom is a smaller room that could be home to an office or maybe another bedroom. A window allows for some light to come in the room, and a closet with storage space comes in handy.


The basement of the home is just as big as the first floor, with plenty of storage space. Much of the basement is completely finished with a pool table, exercise area and even a sauna. The sauna itself needs some work to get it properly functioning, but can be a fully working sauna. With parts of the basement being finished, the other space is left to use as storage.


More storage space can be found up inside the attic, as the attic has ample room for storage. The attic could also function as another bedroom for the home, as there is enough space.


The backyard of the home features a metal fence to keep the dogs safe, but the lawn and charm of the backyard make it unnoticeable. Two sheds are housed in the back of the home, and both look modern and well kept. One of the sheds has white tones, and is towards the driveway of the home, while the other shed takes more inspiration from the home itself. The shed has a brown exterior with a washed finish.


The unique 918 N. Third Street home is listed at $615,000, and interested buyers can contact Dave Birnbaum of Re/Max Community-Williamstown at (856) 524-2927 or (856) 318-2313.