Built circa 1780, the Moses Baldwin House is an enchanting homestead tucked in a quiet corner of Pennington. Once the local cordwainer's home, a series of upgrades and enhancements has brought it seamlessly up to 21st century standards. Pride of ownership is apparent in each and every room. While heirloom features such as wide planked floors, timber doorways, generous fireplaces, and original fixtures enhance every living space, the many modern updates cannot be overlooked. The living and family rooms, each with fireplaces, offer abundant gathering spaces, as does the dining room. However, most will gravitate towards the renovated kitchen featuring marble countertops, a farm sink, custom pantry storage, an antique stove, and elegant contrasting cabinetry. A powder room is near. Upstairs, the main bedroom has its own fireplace along with three other bedrooms, laundry, and two upgraded bathrooms. Another nice feature here is the addition of a study with direct access to one of the baths. Ideal for homework and extra space when guests spend the night, it will come in handy. Although you may never want to leave this tranquil paradise, this charmer is an easy stroll to the pool club and Pennington amenities.