This historic home was the residence and office of famed landscape designer, Ethelbert Ely Furlong, who designed Glen Ridge's Freeman Gardens. A two story asymmetrical home featuring wide clapboard siding, south facing gable, and a large bay window on the second floor. It was designed in 1920 by noted architects Wagner and Fairchild. The perfect kitchen was designed by Sally Ross Designs. Renovated baths, central air, original hardwood floors and details, exquisite gardens and outdoor features including wisteria filled pergola, coy pond, firepit, patio, and detached garage. A rare architectural gem!
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