Vineyard and Magnificent Estate Listed by Long & Foster’s Travis Marshall Group

September 14, 2015
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Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest family-owned residential real estate company in the United States and an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, has announced it has listed two properties that offer a unique opportunity in Goshen, N.J. The first property, Natali Vineyards, is located at 221 North Route 47, and the second property, an adjoining residence named Thunderstruck, is located at 205 North Route 47. Natali Vineyards is being offered for $1.45 million and is represented by Travis Marshall of The Travis Marshall Group, while Thunderstruck is being offered for $2.495 million and is represented by Sheila Erikson of The Travis Marshall Group. The two properties can be purchased together for $3.750 million.

“These two properties make for one incredible opportunity,” Marshall said. “Not only can the right buyer purchase their dream home, but they can own a thriving business, right next door. This estate is handsome and well-established and it has so much potential.”

Natali Vineyards is located in the heart of historic Cape May County, nestled between the Delaware River Delta and the Atlantic Ocean. The region’s environmental factors are parallel to the famous French wine making region of Bordeaux. The vineyard’s current owners have worked to meticulously cultivate the land using their educational background from world-renowned U.C. Davis Viticulture & Enology program, as well as their background from other institutions such as Rutgers and Penn State.

The business has been successful with substantial growth since its provenance in 2000. Natali has produced many award-winning wines and had more than $350,000 in wine sales in 2014. The location is convenient and beautifully scenic, making it a great location to attract both local patrons as well as those from nearby tourist destinations along New Jersey’s barrier islands, including Avalon and Stone Harbor. The vineyard makes for an excellent and picturesque location for events, parties and social occasions.

The adjacent Thunderstruck residence is situated on 42.5 acres of land with the Delaware Bay serving as a breathtaking backdrop. The residence’s Federal style architecture offers elegance and privacy.  The grounds and landscaping have also been designed to complement and blend in with the raw beauty of the surrounding environment while accentuating the fine estate.

The estate’s outbuildings include a beautiful pool house with a full kitchen, a tile bathroom with shower, hickory hardwood floors, tractor garage and a utility building, which houses the full-sized New Holland snowplow, gardening supplies and storage for the pool furniture during the winter season. A pump house is situated by the front pond, and all outbuildings were built to the same standard and level of detail as the main home, which includes beveled cedar siding, cedar shake roofing, dental moulding and brick base.

Many of the estate’s architectural details were designed and implemented by two artisans from Pennsylvania who spent almost two years on site to ensure they fit the period of the home’s architecture. Thunderstruck is modeled after the world-renowned and revered Mount Vernon—the home of the first president of the United States, George Washington.

You can learn more about Natali Vineyards and Thunderstruck by visiting The Travis Marshall Group’s website. You can also view the group’s YouTube channel to see a bird’s eye view of both properties. For more information, contact Marshall at 609-967-3001.