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1872 Victorian

46 Riverbank
London Square
Burlington City, New Jersey

Historic Grubb Estate on the Delaware

Beautifully Restored w/ uninterupted River Views
Beautifully Restored w/ uninterupted River Views
Attributed to renowned Philadelphia architect Frank Furness and built for General Grubb, one of the youngest Civil War Generals, this property has undergone extensive restoration. A newly constructed "period" carriage house enhances this significant property.
"Period" Carriage house
Built within the last 5 years this "period" carriage house has a HUGE loft with gas foreplace , garage and workshop. Water and sewer is roughed in.
Gorgeous River Views
Gorgeous River Views
This is a deep water section of the Delaware and the home is convenient to Philadelphia and Mass Transit providing accesibility to NYC.
Formal Dining Room
Formal Dining Room
This is just a "tease" as the remaining portion of the home has been lovingly restored with outstanding inlaid woodwork!

Features.

  • Carriage House
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 4 Bedroom
  • Beautiful inlaid wood floor
  • Formal Gardens
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Koi Pond
  • LOVINGLY RESTORED
  • Magnificantly detailed woodwork
  • Newer systems
  • OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY
  • UNINTERRUPTED RIVER VIEW

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The Grubb Estate..Historic Burlington City, NJ

Originally built in 1872 for General Grubb of Civil War fame and later US Ambassador to Spain, this 4 bedroom 2.5 bath, Riverfront Grand Victorian, attributed to Philadelphia's famous architecht, Frank Furness, is being lovingly restored to it's past grandure. From the top of the ornate chimneys and the boxwood gardens to the period ironworks and brick pathways, attention to authenticity and detail is evident throughout. The detailed inlaid woodwork doorways and floors demonstrate a level of craftmanship and architectural design not often seen. 3 of 4 original fireplaces have been converted to gas.A commercial quality cooking area has been added in addition to the period style EIK. A full marble-surround bath is being added to the "General's Master BR". A large 2 story carriage house has been built on the property that affords infinite possibilities as an artist studio or home office use,w/GREAT River views from the balcony. You can close your eyes and hear the past hoof beats of the carriages entering the grounds.
Home is located within Federal designated Historic district and is a documented home in the "Underground Railroad".

Archived in September, 2012

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