Stout-Gehlhaus Cottage

35 East Garfield Avenue
Atlantic Highlands
NJ 07716

Stout-Gehlhaus Cottage

Historical Feature


No votes yet

35 East Garfield Avenue
Designed by architect Thomas J. Emery, the house was built in 1896 for 20 year old James B. Stout, who became a milk distributor and co-owner of Atlantic Grocery Company at First and Mount Avenues. In 1907, the house was sold to the owner of the local bakery and developer of Keansburg Amusement Park, William A. Gehlhaus, who lived in the house until 1948.

This is a fairly straight forward 2 1/2 story Victorian. The roof line in front is a regular gable, but longer and lower on one side. The wraparound porch as sawnwork balustrades and a gable over the entry. The house retains its original form and has the original windows and doors.


Javascript is required to view this map.



Compare related sites, explore the related maps, find out about volunteering, how to get here and more. Soon, you will find ways to share this map here, too.

Getting Here

Every site using the same primary Icon on Open Green Map is automatically linked here. You can compare different approaches and solutions on this map and others around the world.
Other Sites on Map
Related Sites Worldwide
Choose a connections category from the list on the left.



No impacts have been left for this site yet - be the first!

Donate to GreenMaps