Thanks to Pinterest, I stumbled upon an old real estate listing for a gorgeous home in Moorestown, New Jersey. Surprisingly, it is new construction, built in 2010 by architect Stephen M. Bonitatibus with interior design by Diane Burgoyne. According to the listing, “this 3-story handsome stone colonial is situated on a beautiful 1.42 acre lot on one of the premier streets in Moorestown. Overlooking the private Moorestown Field Club golf course, this 6 bedroom, 6+ bath home has 10″ ceilings on the 1st floor & 9″ ceilings on the 2nd floor plus every possible amenity throughout. The custom slate roof, copper gutters, fully programed Lite Touch system, 4 fireplaces, & extensive millwork inside & out are some of the fine features. The incredible kitchen features cabinetry by Kobolak, Carrera marble counters, & top-of-the line appliances. The 1st floor has a study with fireplace & incredible woodwork detail. The master suite features a sitting area with fireplace, sumptuous bath & doors which lead to a balcony with breathtaking views. The fully finished lower level contains a multiple work & play areas plus a full spa & wine room. The back grounds & pool area are right out of the pages of Architectural Digest! Photos by Tim Proctor.” Let’s take a look inside!