Turning Tides Immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of this 12 acre Riverfront property in Bridgeton, N.J. Experience the peaceful enjoyment of the property’s 800+ feet of direct river frontage on the Cohansey River. Situated on the site of the Prestigious Sora Gun Club, this historic 3-Bedroom, 2-Bath light-filled home with magnificent great room has classical details and distinctive appointments throughout. A serene Oasis! Many artifacts from the original structure including leaded glass doors and original gas lamps (converted to electric), along with a bedroom with walls constructed from the doors of the original club combine to create a unique blend of history with modern day comforts. With amazing water views from every room, along with eagles perched in the pine tree along the north side of the house, Turning Tides provides a special combination of historical charm and natural beauty. Also located on the property is an octagonal building which served as the outdoor kitchen for the gun club. The first floor of the narrow two story structure adjacent to the kitchen contains the original lockers where guests stored their guns used to hunt the Sora Rail Bird. The keys to the lockers along with the names of the guests, written in their own hand, remain in their original location. The second floor of the building housed the staff who provided service to guests. Updated with a modern kitchen and game room, Turning Tides is located only 35 miles from Philadelphia and an easy drive from New York. Historic Greenwich Township Greenwich Township was first formed as a precinct on January 19, 1748, and was incorporated by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 21, 1798, as one of New Jersey's initial group of 104 townships. Portions of Hopewell Township and Stow Creek Township were annexed in 1845. The township was named for Greenwich, England. In 1774, during the run-up to the American Revolutionary War, the small community on the Cohansey River was the site of the Greenwich Tea Party, in which a load of tea meant to be sent overland into Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was torched in the night. After the Revolutionary War, the pronunciation of the town was changed to Green-witch to differentiate itself from its English namesake Apple Picking Crisp and rosy, apples are biding their time in orchards throughout New Jersey.
Bridgeton, NJ, USA3.5 mi to Bridgeton center
Member Since 2018
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Bridgeton, NJ, USA