Located in the quaint colonial-era Village of Medford, New Jersey, this brick colonial farmhouse begun in 1760 is the oldest home in Medford Village. Also known as The Tomlinson House, this charming residence is situated on 3.27 acres. Original architectural features include Flemish Bond brick façade, “six-over-six” windows, original doors, built-in cupboards and chimney closets, two fireplaces and random-width pine floors. Convenient to most major highways, trains and airports, this historic home is perfect for any regional commuter. The Historic Medford Village District is on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places. The Historic Village of Medford, New Jersey. Sophisticated and Satisfying. Nestled in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, the historic Village of Medford is the reigning Top Town 2012 as ranked by South Jersey Magazine. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a 35-minute commute and the Jersey Shore is within a 45-minute drive. Residents can take a quiet break with sprawling parks and a canoe trail. Downtown Main Street attracts antique lovers from across the region to this colonial-era destination complete with fine dining, cooking classes and wine tastings. Stop by for the annual Apple Festival in the fall, the perfect time to witness first-hand the way life used to be.