Come visit Burlington City and fall in love with your future hometown, it~s quaint brick sidewalks and historic buildings.~Did you know~Burlington City is a truly~unique~and caring community flanked by a noteworthy downtown that boasts antique stores, quaint coffee shops, and bar/restaurants with outdoor seating. In short walking distance, our waterfront~provides~great Delaware river views and a myriad of cultural events all year long.~~Home to The Library Company of Burlington, founded in 1757, Burlington City holds the distinguished title of having the oldest library in continuous operation in New Jersey, and the seventh oldest in the United States.~In addition General Ulysses S. Grant during the Civil War, moved his wife and children here to get them away from the fighting in the south. His home still stands on Wood Street.~Welcome to The Eyre-Engle House originally constructed in the late 1700s it has been restored to its former glory with modern conveniences including new lighting and wood grain floors. Three floors and five bedrooms are just a few of the fantastic features of this home. The kitchen has been completely remastered. The back of the house has a mudroom you can also access from the driveway which consists of a half bath, washer, dryer and wash sink. Upstairs the master bedroom boasts beautiful hardwood floors with inlay borders, large windows, and an electric fireplace. The main bath is a fabulous mixture of old and new.~ in addition to the cosmetic work done on the home, all mechanical systems have been updated including new electric, heating, cooling, and plumbing in this lovely historic home.