For more than a century, this stone and shingle Colonial Revival mansion has graced the streetscape in one of Morristown’s most esteemed and attractive residential enclaves. Built between 1899 and 1901 by Henry Kirk Morgan, Jr. of the Morgan Bank fame. The current homeowners completed a restoration of this historic gem. A broad covered porch leads to a massive Dutch door crafted from mahogany and framed with ornate sidelights. The first floor features a long, wide center hall with high ceilings and extraordinary millwork. Midway down the hall, Corinthian columns support a keystone archway that frames a sweeping staircase and a Palladian window on the landing to the second floor.
No painting on walls, but hanging partition walls OK
Furniture can be moved only with owner permission/approval
Owner is a professional makeup artist, there is MU studio and showers avail
Catering can be set up in kitchen – prefer eating outside