Beautiful 1888 Queen Anne Victorian
Beautiful Queen Anne Victorian, on a hill, with year-round water views of the NYC skyline and Coney Island, with Sandy Hook in the foreground. Graced with a wrap-around porch, 2 balconies, a stained glass window, 2 fireplaces, tin ceiling and walk-in pantry off the kitchen, the house includes, 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, and a spacious and versatile 3rd floor, with a magnificent skylight. An easy 40 minute commute to Manhattan via ferry from the town harbor.
Whimsical in design and lovingly maintained, this picturesque house features a widow’s walk, gables, turrets, verandas, balconies, decorative hand cut shingles, 9 foot ceilings, bay windows, and wainscotted walls.
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With a small balcony and a spectacular view of the NYC skyline and Sandy Hook
View from the widow's walk
NYC skyline in the distance, the Seastreak ferry to Manhattan (a 40 minute trip), and the town's harbor.
Features a stained glass window and carved newel posts which frame the wainscotted stairs
The unique wainscotted master bath has a working zinc tub and an original pull chain toilet
This view shows the widow's walk, wrap-around porch, and stone steps leading to the house.
A tin ceiling, and beautiful Casablanca fan enhance the kitchen; a walk-in pantry and utility room are adjacent.
Fireplace - Dining Room
Fireplace, with beautiful wood mantel, marble surround, and gas logs with remote control
Amazing Skylight - 3rd Floor
One of a kind architectural delight! This skylight is the centerpiece of the 3rd floor.
Not just a house to be enjoyed during the summer season; it looks and feels beautiful year round.
Grab your cheese plate and bottle of wine, and watch ferries, sailboats and cruise ships sail by. Then catch a sunset!
Peanut Stone Steps
This is the fantastic peanut stone staircase that takes you to this beautiful home
Peak with Decorative Detail
Click the "X-tra large view" to marvel at the intricate detail of the sunburst crest adorning this peak
Bay Windows - Living Room
Why put up curtains when you have windows and a view like this? It's either fall colors, snowscapes, or the bay
Gingerbread and Witches Hat
This Witches Hat turret sports French windows and a variety of beautiful hand cut shingles
Atlantic Highlands Harbor
The beautiful Atlantic Highlands Harbor at dusk. The hills of town in the background
French Doors - Foyer
Enter the house through these lovely french doors, bright and inviting, with a Fanlight window above
Pull Chain Toilet
Original (and functioning!) pull chain toilet and unique decorative marble sink atop a treadle sewing machine base
Stained Glass Window - Foyer
Brightening up the foyer is the stained glass window known as the "Christmas window"
- A Painted Lady
- Ceiling Fans
- Gas Logs
- High Ceilings
- Original wood windows
- Wood floors
- City sewer
- City water supply
- Gas heating
- Water Heater - Gas
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
- Plaster Walls
- Servant's Staircase
- Stained Glass Windows
- Widow's Walk
- Wrap Around Porch
- Tin Ceiling in Kitchen
Take Route 36 to First Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, turn toward the water, right on East Mount, left on 8th to
78 8th Avenue.
Archived in May, 2011
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