Plainfield, New Jersey
Craig Adams Marsh Mansion
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- 5 Fireplaces
- Wood floors
- Arched doorways
- Cast Iron Radiators
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
- Coffered Ceilings
- Pocket Doors
- Stained Glass Windows
- Stained woodwork/doors
- Vintage light fixtures
- Wrap-Around Porch
- Grand staircase
- Hot tub
More About This HouseGrand staircase with wood paneled walls leads to multiple curved stained-glass windows & ceiling in turret to the 3rd floor supporting a vintage chandelier. Artistically refinished cast iron radiators original to the house adorn the wood parquet floors with multi elaborate border designs & the arched doorways throughout the home.
Intensively researched restoration project authentically accommodates modern living. Featuring: 21 rooms, 7 bedrooms, Central Air Conditioning, coffered ceilings, stained glass windows, pocket doors, 5 fireplaces. Large deck in back features a Hot tub overlooking the garden.
For floor plans & additional pictures please visit www.MarshMansion.com.
Extended Description of KitchenRenovated eat-in Kitchen features cherry wood floors, granite countertops, stainless appliances, large island & separate butlers cabinet room. 2050 bottle wine cellar in basement.
HistoryDesigned by the esteemed architect Charles H. Smith of New York and built in 1893 for attorney Craig A. Marsh.
After changing hands multiple times over the years, previous owners poured lots of TLC back into the home by restoring it to its original beauty. This included scraping down to find the first coats of paint applied to the exterior of the home. Much time and fortune was spent to glorify the interior by restoring the multiple stained-glass windows around the home. The original cast-iron radiators had been sanded and painted to rejuvenate an authentic characteristic in the home.
Upon entering through the open wrap-around porch, the minstrel balcony is at the landing of the grand staircase in the turret. The woodwork was built with acoustics in mind for purposes of entertaining so that the singer or poet could be heard by guests in the 1st floor living room & den while being hidden out of sight.
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