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ROADSIDE FARM HOUSE NEAR PEARL RIVER, NEW JERSEY.
Note the use of "Germantown hoods," and the fact that wings are added to the ends only.


THE TERHEUN HOUSE, HACKENSACK, NEW JERSEY.
Date about 1670. The body of the house is the oldest section. One of the few examples where us was made of moldings on the exterior other than door and window architraves.


THE BOARD-ZABRISKIE HOUSE, ON THE PARAMUS ROAD, NEW JERSEY.
Note the Chinese-Chippendale ornament in the cornice of main house. Dormers, wing and railing probably added later.


THE BOARD-ZABRISKIE HOUSE, ON THE PARAMUS ROAD, NEW JERSEY.
Of all the houses in this section, none is more charming; the interest lies in both the composition and beautiful detail.


THE ACKERMAN (BRINCKERHOFF) HOUSE, HACKENSACK NEW JERSEY.
Date, 1704 carved in the end of chimney. Interesting use of columns under the overhang in the center only.


JOHN PETER B. WESTERVELT HOUSE AT CRESSKILL, NEW JERSEY.
Date about 1800. An almost perfect example of the full development of the style.


THE VREELAND HOUSE AT NORDHOFF, NEW JERSEY.
The wing dates from the 18th century; the body of the house was added about 1825, and is extremely interesting in detail.


THE ANDREW HARRING HOUSE AT NORTHVALE, NEW JERSEY.
Rebuilt 1805 and 1838.
DR. BILDERBECK'S HOUSE, SALEM NEW JERSEY.
Built in 1813. The bead-edged clapboard walls are painted yellow and the trim is white. There has been an unfortunate 20th-century excrescence added at the side. The building is otherwise intact and as sound as when first built.
"THE WILLOWS," GLOUCESTER, NEW JERSEY. Built circa 1720.
HOUSE AT GREENWICH, NEW JERSEY.
HOUSE AT BORDENTOWN, NEW JERSEY. Built circa 1740.
THE EWING HOUSE, MOORESTOWN, NEW JERSEY. Built circa 1800.
THE BILDERBECK HOUSE, SALEM, NEW JERSEY. Built circa 1813.
HOUSE AT HADDONFIELD, NEW JERSEY. Built circa 1810.
HOUSE AT WOODSTOWN, NEW JERSEY.
HOUSE AT 17 MARKET STREET, SALEM, NEW JERSEY.
Source: Research by Bryan Wright

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