Circa 1830 - Long Valley, NJ
Experience the romantic charm of this unique farmhouse featuring original heart-pine floors, pocket doors, folding shutters, eight fireplaces and a sweeping staircase with a mahogany banister. The four spacious bedrooms are tastefully decorated for your comfort and enjoyment. Relax by rocking the afternoon away on the columned porch or linger over tea on the rear brick veranda. A large living room, dining room, reading room and kitchen are also for your enjoyment.
Sited on a sloped, broad lawn overlooking West Mill Road and the distant South Branch of the Raritan River, this high-style colonial farmhouse adjacent to 800 acres which have been permanently deeded to farmland, represents an early and notable example of Greek Revival architecture in rural Morris County.