91 Rumson Road, Rumson, NJ, 07760

Posted by Robert DeFalco on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 at 10:44am.

21607628-single-family-17ix89h-o Welcome to this Rectangular Italian Renaissance Colonial Revival mansion.   'Lauriston' is the historic name of the Colonial Revival tile and stucco house built for banker Henry A. Ceasar, completed in 1913.  This home was designed by Red Bank and NY architect, Leon Cubberly.  With almost six acres of beautifully landscaped property the home commands block long frontage and extensive acreage on all sides. Access allowed by three separate entrances. The estate was known for its fine tree specimens and many flower gardens, extraordinary details & construction and was also known as 'The White House'' of Rumson.

A spacious entrance hall is one of the outstanding architectural features.  There are twelve bedrooms and six full and two half baths in this magnificent home.  A spacious entrance hall is one of the outstanding architectural features.  Simply stunning entry into center hall two story marble foyer with bow staircase.  There are seven handcrafted, wood burning fireplaces, Eleven foot high ceilings, French pocket doors and Gold leaf trim.

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Easy commute to NYC via AH ferry or train. One mile from beach, 1/2 mile from Shrewsbury River. For more details call 732-845-3200 or www.defalcorealty.com 

 

Navesink River

Today the river is a major recreational resource for powerboating, crabbing, fishing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, swimming and rowing. During particularly cold winters, the Navesink can freeze, adding ice skating and ice boating to the list of recreations available. The area along the Navesink banks is one of the most affluent in New Jersey. As a tidal estuary flowing into the Shrewsbury River at Sea Bright, continuing into Sandy Hook Bay and ultimately the Atlantic Ocean, the Navesink provides excellent and scenic fishing opportunities, especially in the spring and fall. Crabbing is particularly popular in the upstream Swimming River section. Make sure to come and visit this Spring.

For more information, please contact the listing agent, Lillian LoRusso, at 908-489-1005.

Lillian is also holding a Broker's Open here on Tuesday, March 8th 11am-2:30pm. Click the logo below for the full listing on our website!

Robert DeFalco

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