Stone Manor House in Stockton
Delaware Township
Hunterdon County, New Jersey

Video Stone Manor House in Stockton


- Built c.1809
- Many Original Features intact
- Wide-Plank flooring
- 3.41 acres
- 3 BR, 2.5 Baths
- Wood-burning fireplace
- Family Room
- Formal Dining Room
- Granite Counter Tops
- Master Sitting Room
- Large 4-season screened Sunroom
- 30x70 Barn
- 3-car Carriage House w/Office
1 lambert rd, stockton NJ from Adam Shapiro

Delaware Township is full of 18th century history, and this Sergeantsville landmark retains many original features that bear witness to its colonial heritage. Our stone manor house originally belonged to the Carrell family, early settlers who came to Hunterdon from Bucks County around 1809, bought a large tract of land and built their home just down the road from Headquarters Mill.

Lush plantings adorn a perfectly symmetrical façade, enhanced by dentil moldings and a distinctive arched door surround. Tall and elegant inside and out, this home delivers an ambiance of simple refinement.

The living room and dining room seem untouched, the ceilings are high, windowsills deep, and wide plank floors gleam with warmth. A four-season sunroom invites you to sit back and relax, and sliding doors open to a bluestone patio with a stone grill.

Gentle fields surrounding the large red bank barn could be used for horses, and a 3-car 2-story garage has an office upstairs. 90 minutes from New York.


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