1884 Hollybush Victorian In Wenonah New Jersey
201 E. Mantua Avenue, Wenonah, New Jersey, 08090
5 baths ¦ 8 beds ¦ 6,385 sq ft ¦ 2 acres
About This 1884 Hollybush Victorian In Wenonah New Jersey
Welcome to the historical ‘Hollybush’ Victorian home built in 1884 By Thomas W. Synnott of the ‘Glass’ manufacturing Synnott Family in a nearby town which became known as ‘Glassboro’. Already a Wenonah resident, Thomas W. Synnott built this beautiful 6,920 sqft 8 Bedroom, 4.5 bath, 18 inch thick Granite wall master piece as his family home and spared no expense as you can see it is still standing proud and strong 130 years later.
This large estate style home is situated on over a 2 acre property which is boarded by a wrought iron fence. Also featured is a welcoming yellow brick circular driveway leading to the grand front entrance that is greeted by the homes ‘Hollybush’ sign. The welcoming front porch that leads into the grand entry foyer through the impressive original solid front entry doors. The foyer area features 12 foot ceilings, beautiful Chestnut woodwork, Oak flooring and a one of a kind staircase that reaches 3 stories high.
This area opens to the formal living room and library through 10 foot pocket doors and 2 of the 7 fireplaces. The formal dining room also features 12 foot ceilings, fireplace and French doors to the rear patio area. The formal dining affairs over the years must have been amazing. The kitchen features 42 inch Cherry cabinetry, Granite counters and floors, and subzero refrigerator. Also featured on the 1st floor is a Bar room with wet bar and granite flooring, home office, 1st floor laundry room, powder room and rear staircase to the 2nd floor. The 2nd floor features 11 foot ceiling with a massive center hall leading to 4 of the 8 bedrooms each with it’s own fireplace and 2 of the 4 full baths.
This area also features a sitting room and wood flooring throughout. The 3rd floor features 4 additional bedrooms and 2 additional full baths and Pine wood flooring throughout. The 4th level features a full walk up attic. The full basement, which is partially finished, also houses the main mechanicals of this beautiful home. At the rear of the property you will find a barn and an old carriage house, both with basement and waiting to be revived. Electronic fence zoned.