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Listing No. 27130

1909 Neoclassical
Red Bank, NJ

South Porch facing the Navesink River


It's no coincidence that the property reminds one of a carefully planned, yet natural park. The estate's architect, William Welles Bosworth, was employed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the planner of New York City's Central Park.
Bedrooms: 8
Full Bath(s): 7
Heated Sq. Ft.: 6,828
Acres: 12.200
  • Waterfront

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