About This 1900 English Country Style Manor In Boonton New Jersey
Whimsical Pre-War English Country Style Manor on Nearly 2 Acres Wooded Knoll of Private, Park Section Property in the Historic Town of Boonton. The Soft Cottage Stucco Color and Native Stone Vaneer Blends so well with Nature it is as if the House Grew Out of the Ground. The home is Gift Wrapped in Landscaping – Terraced Lawns, English Ivy, Rose Bushes, Vegetable Gardens, a Pond & Secret Gardens. The Country Chateau Expression throughout Inspires Elegance and Grand Living through Traditional Design, but has all the Modern Conveniences of Central Air, Natural Gas, Newer Furnace & Water Heater, Radiant Floors, Built-in Generator and Security System.
The whole house and landscaping are full of noteworthy features as well as expansive living space to accommodate a versatile lifestyle; handsome master suite, office, sun parlor, a library which was once the Summer Dining Room, three car garages, and an outstanding in-ground pool. Two staircases, a large Butler’s pantry, French doors, and three large, open fireplaces create grand living. A myriad of restored architectural and cosmetic antiques remains in this circa 1900 home; a classic, slightly relaxed asymmetrical composition, large paneled windows and French doors, a stone garage with an old Chauffer’s room, original claw foot tub, crystal door handles, Coal stove, Dutch door and slate roof just add to its character.
Once the home of the noteworthy Scribner and Dixon Family – this was and still is North Jersey’s most desired estate. There is simply no better place to appreciate the beauty of the “Garden State” so close to Downtown Manhattan. Enjoy the warmth of Spring and Summer in the magnificent grounds; whether it’s entertaining a dinner party in the formal or Summer Dining Room or sipping on a sweet tea or cocktail next to the pool or on the patio under the awnings. Make this you’re Year-Round Retreat or Majestic Getaway! The Address of this Beautiful Home may not Lay in the Countryside of the British Isles, but the Look and Heart of its Structure and Scenery Surely Takes one there… JUST 30 Miles from NYC.