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  • Writer's pictureJoseph F. Berenato

House full of promise on Wood Lane

This three-bedroom home is located at 130 Wood Lane and is currently listed for $395,000 through Ricky Mauriello of Re/Max Community-Williamstown. (THG/Joseph F. Berenato. To purchase photos in The Gazette, call (609) 704-1940.)

A home that is bristling with potential has now come on the market in Hammonton.

Located at 130 Wood Ln., this three-bedroom house is waiting for the right buyer to come along.

Prospective homebuyers can immediately start to imagine the myriad possibilities with the property before even stepping foot inside.

The house is situated on a fairly decent parcel of land in a quiet neighborhood with a large front yard and a similarly sized backyard. The walkway to the entrance takes visitors along the front of the home, which is decorated with a built-in flower bed, constructed of the same stone that adorns part of the exterior. A small covered porch with two columns provides a welcoming feeling for all those who enter.

Once through the door, the striking layout of the home only builds upon its charm. Here, visitors enter a large foyer, bedecked with a gorgeous stone floor that runs throughout several rooms.

To the right is a double-wide coat closet. To the left is a curved stairwell leading to one of the upper levels of the home.

Directly ahead is a large utility room, which offers more closet space as well as one of several exits to the backyard.

To the right of the utility room is a small hallway.

The first door on the right allows passage into the two-car garage, which is accessible to vehicles via the side of the house.

Just down the hallway from the garage is a large den. This room, situated near the back of the house, has a set of sliding doors opening out back. It also has a fireplace, encased in a stone mantle, to provide cozy warmth to the new owners.

A quick jaunt back to the foyer brings visitors to the aforementioned curved stairwell, which is accented with another, built-in stone flower bed.

At the top of the stairs is another large room, which could easily serve as a family room and is highlighted with a massive bay window overlooking the front of the property.

Next to the family room is the formal dining room, which is perfectly sized to accommodate gatherings and meals of all kinds.

Behind the dining room is the heart of the home: its kitchen. This features cabinets and countertops galore, providing ample opportunities for culinary enthusiasts of all levels. A half-wall separates the food prep area from the eat-in kitchen, which is also accessible from a small set of steps off of the foyer.

There is another curved stairwell in the family room that leads to a hallway on the uppermost level of the house.

The first door here is where a respectably sized bathroom may be found. Here, a his-and-her sink match well with the tile walls and floors that surround the shower/tub combo. This room also has a deep linen closet, allowing for the storage of a house’s worth of sheets and towels.

The home’s three bedrooms may be found on this level, as well. Each is quite roomy, and each offers a great deal of floor, wall and closet space for occupants of all ages.

The final feature of the home is the all-weather room on the back of the house, accessible through the kitchen. This only further enhances the many opportunities for entertaining already afforded by the dining room and large family room.

This house has a size and layout that will appeal to home buyers with an eye for possibility.

It is listed for $395,000 through Ricky Mauriello of Re/Max Community-Williamstown. For more information, call (856) 318-2313.


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