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The Top 13 Most Valuable Homes in Moorestown

See your house on the list? Lucky.

Earlier this week, we gave you a list of (based on 2011 values). The list was a mix of commercial and residential, including a number of properties owned by the township and the school district. 

Here we've broken out the top 13 residential property assessments in town, based on records provided by township tax assessor Dennis DeKlerk, along with images of a handful of the properties (including one we had to get from a satellite).

It's no secret that, with a median home value currently hovering around $500,000 (which is about twice what it was at the beginning of the '00s) and a population comprised of a number of athletes and successful businesspeople, Moorestown features some of the nicer homes in the area.

The number-one property on the list, owned by founder and former president of Commerce Bank Vernon Hill, is considered the largest private residence in the state at 46,000 square feet.

The total combined value of all the homes on the list exceeds $50 million.

Check back Friday for a list and image gallery of the top 12 tax-exempt properties in Moorestown.

Below is the list of the top 13 residential assessments (value includes the land and the home itself):

  1. 262 East Main Street, $19.6 million
  2. 770 Allison Court, $3.8 million
  3. 511 New Albany Road, $3.5 million
  4. 5 Cobblestone Court, $3.1 million
  5. 628 Windsock Way, $2.8 million
  6. 591 Sentinel Road, $2.78 million
  7. 408 Pond View Drive, $2.7 million
  8. 451 Creek Road, $2.7 million
  9. 740 Golf View Road, $2.6 million
  10. 405 Pond View Drive, $2.49 million
  11. 4 Cobblestone Court, $2.48 million
  12. 6 Cobblestone Court, $2.41 million
  13. 7 Cobblestone Court, $2.3 million
AnnoyedReader April 12, 2012 at 10:41 PM
In my opinion, it is not a good idea to post the most valuable homes in Moorestown. I am not saying if you don't live in a big house makes you poor, but the fact that robbers are going to look at this as a target for them to rob. Old Dog, I agree with you. My question for Tim is how does this enlighten residents?
Old Dog April 13, 2012 at 02:25 AM
Dear Mr. Tim Zatzariny, Jr. I wonder if and when these Moorestown residents find their privacy invaded by the bulgars that our fine police force have been unable to apprehend for almost a year now, you can calmly explained why you have written your invasive voyeuristic piece. I don't find your article having any journalistic merit at all. Am I rather displeased by your voyeuristic intrusion, YES. Ok, Here is your chance for redemption: Explain the benefits to the residents of these homes which they can receive from your voyeuristic article?
Old Dog April 13, 2012 at 02:26 AM
Dear Mr. Tim Zatzariny, Jr. I wonder if and when these Moorestown residents find their privacy invaded by the bulgars that our fine police force have been unable to apprehend for almost a year now, you can calmly explained why you have written your invasive voyeuristic piece. I don't find your article having any journalistic merit at all. Am I rather displeased by your voyeuristic intrusion, YES. Ok, Here is your chance for redemption: Explain the benefits to the residents of these homes which they can receive from your voyeuristic article?
MT Noggin April 13, 2012 at 01:44 PM
Rob or Tim, It would be interesting to see what companys or individuals own the most property in town and where they own it.
RANDYGTS April 22, 2012 at 12:43 AM
I'm sure the burglers need to read the Patch to figure out which houses are the most valuable to rob. All of this info is on the web -- all the Patch did was compile it for those who might be interested. If you aren't, why do you keep coming back to comment?

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