The median home value in Mauricetown, NJ is $177,600.
the county median home value of $117,600.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Mauricetown, NJ is $177,600.
Approximately 100% of Mauricetown homes are owned,
compared to 0% rented, while
0% are vacant.
Mauricetown 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 Mauricetown real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Mauricetown Real Estate.
Unique riverfront property in quaint historic Mauricetown. Originally used as bridge-keeper's residence for the now abandoned Mauricetown Bridge, this story and a half structure has had various additions / alterations over it's life. On an acre plus of river and creek front property with stunning views of the Mauricetown Bridge and surrounding salt marshes. This property is in need of TLC and is being offered "where is, as is".
Looking for history? Visit historical Mauricetown on the Maurice river, once a quaint fishing village - this 2.5 story is typical of the area- loads of charm and well maintained. Honey colored pine floors, quaint kitchen with painted wood cabinets, master bedroom on 2nd floor opens to enclosed porch that views the town!
Outstanding country retreat located in the attractive and historic village of Mauricetown. This scenic area is located close to Cape May Beaches and within an hour's commute to Philadelphia with easy access to the Garden State Parkway. This Victorian beauty has been carefully and meticulously remodeled, expanded, upgraded and updated both inside and out. Surfaces from windows, to kitchen, baths, to electric and plumbing, etc. are either new or have been redone. There is a bedroom with a connected full bath on the main floor which could serve as an in-law suite. The extensive grounds have been landscaped to perfection. A 5-sided. in-ground pool surrounded by lush plantings, patio and pool house have been added. The large(20x60 foot)heated barn with expanded side room and second floor have also been converted into a perfect party room or can be used as a business space. Formerly, this area was used as an antique store. There is also a 2 car carriage house which has two nice sized rooms downstairs and an attic room above. It is not hard to notice the attention to detail throughout this exquisite property. Well preserved original and decorative details are in abundance. The foyer has Austrian crystal and dining room has crystal chandeliers, along with the Waterford sconces, are only three of the very special features that the sellers are leaving for new owners to enjoy. This one of a kind property is not to be missed because properties of this quality rarely come up for sale.