Tuscany on the Cooper

This Mediterranean home was modeled after a vacation house in the Tuscan region of Italy, and includes a clay tile style roof, burnt yellow stucco and stone exterior with great views overlooking a tributary of the Cooper River toward Cherry Hill.

A True Villa

The well landscaped home contains three bedroom suites including a large Master Suite with a huge bath, walk in closets and a view from the bedroom overlooking the woods and creek.

The entry foyer is tiled, and you immediately see the magnificent free floating oak stair with stainless steel balustrade that curves from the lower level to the top floor.

This sculptural stair is designed as a piece of art within the house, and can be seen from the rear yard thru large glass panes.  The images from the stair are that of Historic Birdwood, one of Haddonfield’s most historic properties.  The house includes a two story living room with two Juliet balconies, wood burning fireplace, contemporary kitchen and two car attached garage.  The property was professionally landscaped including a primitive trellis off the back of the house.    The stair was designed by Rob Hoffman of Distinctive Woodworking, landscaping by Knolltop and built by Daryl Vermaat, Builders of Haddonfield.