69 Springtown Rd,
Washington Twp. NJ

3 beds | 3 baths | 1.14 Acres | MLS/ID#: 3575371


This spacious ranch, measuring approximately 1,424 square feet, is arranged with six rooms including three bedrooms and three full baths. The first level offers an updated eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar seating, dining room, living room with wood-burning fireplace and laundry room with access to the back deck and garage. This level also has two bedrooms, a full bath, plus a master bedroom with double closet and full bath. A pull-down stair in the hallway accesses the storage attic. The lower level features two additional multi-purpose rooms with closets, a full bath, walk-in closet with closet organizer and a Quadra-Fire pellet stove.

The level 1.14± acre parcel offers an abundance of opportunities for outdoor recreation, gardening and entertaining. An installed K9 fence provides safety for pets. In the front yard, a stone-walled flower bed extends from the front porch to the side of the house. The two-car width driveway is paved with additional spaces for three cars, and there is garaging for three cars; one single-door 2-car garage and separate one-car garage/workshop. The backyard has blueberry bushes which are an especially delicious treat in the summer, as well as a 24 foot round, above-ground pool for added outdoor fun. There is a conveniently located water spigot in the middle of the backyard. A storage shed is ideal for outdoor tools and machinery. 

Washington Township is centrally located within Morris County and borders Hunterdon County. The township was named for George Washington, our first president. Routes 78, 31 and 57 are close for easy commuting and Newark Liberty International Airport is approximately 50 miles away. Bus service is provided by Trans-Bridge Lines in Clinton and train service on the Raritan Valley Line is available at the High Bridge station.
Bedrooms 3
Full Bathrooms 3
Square Feet 1,424
Property Type Residential
Year Built 1977
Acreage 1.14
Style Ranch
Taxes $7,101 (2018)


Number of Rooms 6
Basement Yes
Basement Desc. Bilco-Style Door, Finished-Partially, Full
Approximate Square Feet 1,424
Renovation Year 2004
Community Living No
Pets Allowed Yes
  • TubShowr
  • StallShw
  • FireExtg
  • SmokeDet


  • Range/Oven-Electric
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave Oven
  • Sump Pump


  • Pellet Stove
  • Living Room
  • Wood Burning


  • Carpeting
  • Tile
  • Vinyl-Linoleum
  • Wood


  • 1 Unit
  • Forced Hot Air

Fuel type

  • OilAbIn


  • 1 Unit
  • Central Air


  • Private
  • Well


  • Private
  • Septic


  • Cable TV Available
  • Garbage Extra Charge

Room layout

Room Dimensions Floor
Master Bedroom 15x11 First
Bedroom 2 12x11 First
Bedroom 3 12x11 First
Den Room 12x10 Basement
Dining Room 12x11 First
Kitchen 13x11 First
Living Room 21x14 First
Laundry Room N/A First
Office 12x11 Basement
  • Storage Shed
  • Open Porch(es)
  • Deck


  • 3 Spaces
  • Garage Door Opener
  • Attached Garage


  • 2 Car Width
  • Additional Parking
  • Blacktop
  • Driveway-Exclusive


  • Asphalt Shingle


  • Level Lot
  • Open Lot


  • Above Ground
Photo of Karen Sferra




Washington Township, NJ real estate market


Washington Township is located in the western-most portion of Morris County, a picturesque part of the state that still maintains a rural feeling with an abundance of farmland and wide open spaces. This is an ideal setting for residents who appreciate a peaceful setting that’s still within commuting distance of Manhattan. 


Measuring nearly 45 square miles, Washington Township encompasses the largest area of any municipality in Morris County. The township borders Somerset, Warren and Hunterdon Counties and is about 15 miles from the Delaware River and Pennsylvania border. Routes 46, 24/513 and 517 pass through town, and Interstate Route 80 is minutes away in Mount Olive, a neighboring community.


Two notable sections of Washington Township are Long Valley and Schooley’s Mountain.  Long Valley was once known as German Valley since settlers from Saxony, a region of Germany near the border of Poland, relocated there in the 1700s. 


Schooley’s Mountain stands as a tall ridge in great contrast to the gently rolling hillsides found in the rest of the region. It became a famous resort in the 19th century due to its natural springs. The region’s iron-infused chalybeate water was said to have health-giving properties and many people promoted the water’s healing qualities.

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