74 Mosle Rd,
Peapack Gladstone Boro NJ

4 beds | 5.1 baths | 24.33 Acres | MLS/ID#: 3264169

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Description

Recognized for its unique interpretation of Arts and Crafts and Adirondack style, newly built Tallquapie captured an American Institute of Architects design award in 1997.

Structures at one with their natural setting, the beauty and honesty of natural materials, loggias and gardens treated as extensions of the architecture – Tallquapie is this and so much more.

           

An idyllic Peapack Gladstone country road winds to Tallquapie’s 24-acre province of meadows and woodlands. A crushed stone drive guides the newly arrived to the 7000 square foot residence. A pleasing juxtaposition of strength and warmth becomes apparent. The roof stretches to furnish wide projecting eaves over the home’s cedar siding and Delaware River stone foundation. The arches of the stone arcade soften the exterior’s strong architectural lines as does the bowed porte-cochere linking the residence and garage.

 

Indoors, walls of knotty pine paneling, pine moldings, solid pine doors, oak floors and staircases, coffered ceilings and wainscoting reflect as much the Craftsman architectural style as it does the Adirondack camps’ spirit of “down to earth” living. In the living room, a great pine arch spans the stone fireplace and extends to inglenooks with hidden bookcases and cozy seating. Multiples of tall windows and transom covered doors accentuate the home’s well considered layout for maximizing light to frequented living areas. Favored with Southern exposure, overcast skies barely dim the spacious gourmet kitchen and views to Tallquapie’s acres of preserved land which can be enjoyed from the adjoining screened porch and stone terrace. Continuing the home’s allegiance to natural materials, the office sports a pine coffered ceiling and wainscoting and a stone loggia eases the transition from the pine paneled dining room to the out-of-doors.

 

A crescent shaped wall of windows, first seen on the main level’s breakfast room, repeats in the master bedchamber, now an understated adjunct to the room’s soaring pine-clad turret ceiling. Adding ease and comfort of the master suite are two large baths, walk-in-closet and dressing room with multiple closets. Completing the second level are three more generously-sized bedrooms (one en suite) and bath as well as walk-up access to the fully floored attic with cedar closet.

 

Contributing over 2500 square feet to the home’s overall size, the finished basement includes a media lounge, a “vault” comprised of two paneled museum-style rooms, exercise room, bath, workshop and laundry. The utility room harbors the mechanicals typical of an elite 21st century country estate including a full-house standby generator.

 

Not unlike the great camps of the Adirondacks, Tallquapie has grown to be a compound with each building echoing the architecture of the main residence. The five-car garage hosts a 1300 square foot studio with hawk’s nest tower on its second level. A garden cottage offers shelter during outdoor entertaining. And the carriage house - completely pine paneled - comprises 3200 square feet exclusive of its attic.   

 

As integral to Tallquapie as its architecture, is its land. Named for the Lenni Lenape Indian leader, Chief Tallquapie, who originally sold the land which comprises Peapack, the name was chosen by the owners as a reminder that the land was there first. A green house, sustainable gardens, lawns of meadow grass, rustic bridges to walking trails through wooded acreage - all give meaning to the owners’ commitment to stewardship.

Bedrooms 4
Full Bathrooms 5
Half Bathrooms 1
Property Type Residential
Year Built 1994
Acreage 24.33
Style Custom Home
Taxes $32,580 (2016)
 

Schools

Elementary BEDWELL
High BERNARDS
Middle BERNARDS
 
Number of Rooms 14
Basement Yes
Basement Desc. Finished
Community Living No
 
  • Cedar Closets
  • Walk-In Closet
  • Security System
  • High Ceilings

Appliances

  • Central Vacuum
  • Range/Oven-Gas
  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher

Fireplace

  • Living Room

Flooring

  • Wood

Heating

  • Multi-Zone
  • Forced Hot Air

Fuel type

  • Gas-Natural

Cooling

  • Central Air
  • Multi-Zone Cooling

Water

  • Private
  • Well

Water heater

  • Gas

Sewer

  • Septic

Sewer

  • Cable TV

Room layout

Room Dimensions Floor
Master Bedroom N/A Second
Bedroom 2 N/A Second
Bedroom 3 N/A Second
Bedroom 4 N/A Second
Dining Room N/A First
Kitchen N/A First
Living Room N/A First
Library N/A First
Screened Patio/Porch N/A First
  • Outbuilding(s)
  • Storage Shed
  • Carriage House
  • Patio

Garage

  • 5 Spaces
  • Oversize Garage
  • See Remarks
  • Detached Garage

Driveway

  • Crushed Stone
  • Paver Block
  • Circular

Roof

  • Asphalt Shingle

Lot

  • Open Lot
  • Wooded Lot
Photo of Ashley Christus

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Peapack-Gladstone, NJ real estate market

About Peapack-Gladstone

What happens when two villages are combined in one borough? The answer is Peapack-Gladstone, which is sometimes called the Twin Borough. Incorporated in 1912, two distinct villages are located in the northern part of Somerset County. Peapack is the southernmost village and Gladstone is the northern one. Both have a small shopping district, train station, post office, houses of worship, and homes in and around their Main Streets.

The two downtown areas are old fashioned and picturesque. Many homes lining Main Street, from stately Victorians to charming cottages or classic capes, feature well-tended green lawns and blooming flower gardens. Liberty Park has a small pond with fountains and picnic tables, and there’s a playground across the street. Concerts in the park and community events attract all ages in the warm weather. The trout-stocked Peapack Brook meanders through town, eventually joining the North Branch of the Raritan River.

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