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The brand-new Eleanor Station Townhomes offer high-end finishes and modern amenities just steps away from Moorestown’s charming Main Street.

by Matt Cosentino

Compiling a wish list is one of the first and most enjoyable aspects of the home-buying process. It is the time when you consider all of your must-haves—such as a top-notch school district or a certain number of bedrooms—as well as your wants, from an en suite bathroom to a walkable neighborhood.

Rarely, if ever, is a property able to check off all of the boxes. But Eleanor Station Townhomes just might be the exception.

Situated in a prime location in one of South Jersey’s most desirable communities, Eleanor Station consists of four custom-built townhomes just a block from Main Street in Moorestown. Conceived by developers Amie and MikeVaules and constructed by Hartman & Shiffer Builders, the stunning units are now listed on the market through Missy Giannetto of Weichert Realtors.

“It’s something I knew was going to be a quality project because Mike and Amie always approach things with the right attitude and the right direction,” Giannetto says. “For whoever is living here, it’s really going to feel like home. When they asked me to get involved, I was gratefulfor the opportunity.”

The four homes are all three floors with 2,800 square feet of space. They each come with three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, an open layout highlighted by a deluxe kitchen, a garage and a back porch. There are also bonus spaces on the ground and main floors that can be used as an office, TV room or gym.

The developers clearly had a luxurious space in mind, and no expense was spared in designing a beautiful home with all of the modern touches.

“We felt there was a need to put high-end townhouses at a great location in downtown Moorestown,” Amie Vaules says. “We wanted to use different materials, like Brazilian hardwood on the stairs coming in and on the roofs, hardwood floors throughout the house and lots of crown molding. We aimed for finishes that make you feel very comfortable.”

That extends to the sure-to-please kitchen, where the options include quartz countertops, Shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a wine fridge and a large island.

“The idea of the kitchen was to make it the heartbeat of the home,” Vaules says. “The quartz countertops and subway tile in the model give it a very classic look and modern feel. The same concept can be found upstairs, where the large master suite has big walk-in closets, a large bathroom and separate commode room.”

At the same time, the aesthetic of the homes was meant to fit in with the surrounding area, which includes several 100-year-old buildings.

“There are other townhomes in Moorestown, but these are pretty unique in that they have walk-up steps and a garage around back,”Vaules says. “They have more of a feel of a Philadelphia brownstone. We wanted them to blend in and not be an eyesore.”

With one of the highest rated public school systems in the state, a charming and lively Main Street filled with restaurants and unique shops, and easy access to Philadelphia and New York, Moorestown has much to offer. Giannetto moved in 10 years ago and could not be happier to raise her family there.

Now she is eager to share the experience with the potential new homeowners at EleanorStation, which is in walking distance to Main Street and Zelley Park.

“I think the beauty of these homes is that they are flexible,” she says. “You can have a young family just starting out that wants to be in town, but doesn’t want to take care of the big yard and can take advantage of the awesome playground right up the street. You can have young professionals, maybe someone who is ready to move out of the city. Or you can have someone who is downsizing; maybe they already live in Moorestown and they don’t want to take care of a big property anymore. There are many different groups these would work for.”

Giannetto is taking the same approach with Eleanor Station as she has throughout her extensive real estate career. She aims to help her clients achieve their goals with as little stress as possible.

“There are lots of different reasons why people move, and I sincerely enjoy helping people in the process from beginning to end,” she says.

“Missy is a true professional,” Vaules adds. “She has represented us on other projects, both personallyand professionally, and always does a great job.”

To see a video about the project and learn more about Eleanor Station Townhomes, please visit their Facebook page.

Missy Giannetto
Weichert Moorestown
202 W. Main St. | Moorestown
267-972-2857 |

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 6 (September 2019).

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