Book lovers will find paradise in this home's two-story, oak paneled library 

This Readington Township, NJ. Victorian farmhouse is an utter delight, sitting on three acres of wooded land. The 3,800 square-foot living space is an airy, open dream thanks to its vaulted ceilings and grand spaces. Below is a selection of photos of some of the most remarkable features of this unique abode, listed by Glory-Ann Drazinakis
A dining room in true Victorian style with lush, velvet curtains, an ornate chandelier, dark woodworking, and deep red hues throughout welcomes you on the first floor. 
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The family room is filled with warm woodworking in the French doors, huge entertainment center, and flooring. 
The most unusual feature is undoubtedly the two-story, oak-paneled library that is accessed through the French doors in the family room. A brick fireplace at the far end of the room would make this an unbelievable place to read on cold, winter days. 
On the second floor of the room, two stained glass windows shed extra natural light into the room. With the French doors leading out to the back patio, the window on the opposite wall, and the stained glass windows above, there would be no shortage of natural light to read by during the day. 
Four immense bookshelves and one tiny set of shelves built into the walls allow for a seriously impressive library. 
A couple of other impressive features can be found in the spacious, second-floor master suite. 
A deep jacuzzi tub sits beneath a vaulted ceiling with a skylight, giving the master bathroom an airy and luxurious feel.   
Return to the bedroom and walk out the French doors, and you'll find that they lead to a Juliet balcony overlooking the grand room with vaulted ceilings beyond. 
The brick fireplace in the grand room was laid ornately, with a herringbone pattern in the arch at the center and a curved hearth at the bottom. With tall windows and vaulted ceilings, this room seems ginormous and could easily accommodate a large family for any occasion. 
With all its romantic oddities, this manor is truly one of a kind. 
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