Also listed in Residential - MLS NJHT104768. Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co. is pleased to offer this estate comprised of three primary buildings and several outbuildings, including a glass greenhouse and a masonry smokehouse. The historic one-of-a kind estate home was designed by renowned architect Margret Spencer circa 1927. Margaret Fulton Spencer (1882-1966) was one of the first female practicing architects in the United States. The main Estate Home has eight bedrooms and nine Bathrooms (5, 425+/- SF); The Carriage House (2, 592+/-SF) has a one bedroom Care-Takers Cottage, above the Multi-Purpose Media Room. Last but not least, the restored Post and Beam Barn (4, 934+/-SF) designed by William Hunt in 1939. The ~Barn~ formerly known as the Ol~ Barn Inn houses four upscale guest Suites (2, 692+/- SF) and a two bedroom owners quarters (2, 242+/-SF) with a large outdoor deck ready for the hot-tub installation. Other outbuildings include the Chicken Coop, Alpaca Barn and Pasture and the Stone Apple Barn.~ Property Highlights:Block 28, Lot 1.078.5+/- AcresFormerly known as ~Chimney Hill Estate Inn~ (opened in 1985, closed early 2018+/-)Overview: 12 Guest Rooms, 12 Guest Baths; has owner~s quarters. Total SF is 11, 669+/-; Last Renovated in 2000Zoning: SRPD ~ Sourland Regional Planning DistrictUtilities: Septic (3) and Private Wells (2), Electric, and Gas; Telephone and Cable TVTaxes 2018 $34, 716+/-; 2017 $34, 466.14+/-Business Description Note: This property was operated as a boutique Select Registry Inn with guest rooms, meeting rooms, intimate and tented weddings since July 1994. The property ceased operations in July 2018. ~Typical Room Revenue Averaged $400, 000 to $450, 000 annually; wedding revenue $150, 000 to $300, 000. Childhood home of Hollywood actress Kate French.
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In Hunterdon County, N.J., in the west-central part of the state, small towns up and down the Delaware River are lined with historical houses, charming business districts and mesmerizing Delaware River views. Lambertville, directly on the Delaware across from New Hope, Pa., is the largest of the river towns. This former mill town is now a busy hub for art galleries and antique shops, not to mention...
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