Located in the lovely Historic District sits 15 Wilburtha along with 23 other primary buildings that date back to the early 1800s. "The populace of Ewing (Trenton) Township was sympathetic to the American cause during the Revolution, and many served in the war. General George Washington, after ferrying the American army across the Delaware River on Christmas morning, December 25, 1776, marched his troops down Bear Tavern Road to attack the Hessian mercenary forces stationed in Trenton. After the Revolution, Ewing embarked upon a long period of agricultural growth and activity. In 1844, historians Barber and Howe described the Township as having some of the richest soil in New Jersey. Early development was in the form of small hamlets scattered throughout the Township, including Birmingham (now known as West Trenton), Ewing, Ewingville, and Greensburg (now "Wilburtha"). Most of these hamlets were located on the main transportation routes through the township: on roads such as Scotch Road or Pennington Road, on the Delaware & Raritan Canal, or near ferries across the Delaware River." This two story vernacular stone and frame home is the largest 19th century in the district. Situated amidst mature trees and beautiful gardens is this quaint farmhouse that most certainly is larger inside than meets the eye. You enter into a gracious and beautiful foyer with a wall of built-in bookshelves and magnificent original wide plank pumpkin pine floors. To the left of the foyer is the formal dining room with corner built-in cabinet and stunning wide width plank floors. (Wide Width Antique Floors THROUGHOUT the house) The kitchen with exposed stone is a dream to cook in. For warm summer nights or cool fall evenings, the screened in porch located off the kitchen allows for true tranquility all while looking out onto the gardens. The other side of the home has a beautiful family room with newer powder room and the adjacent living room with fireplace express the elegance of homes built in this era. Upstairs you will find two very large bedrooms and the master bedroom has a huge walk in closet. The sumptuous hall bath has also been updated with gorgeous stone tile. The yard is flat and large and provides the wonderful finishing touch to this true historic gem located just minutes from 295, 195, 95 and Route 29!!!