2579 Main Street
NJ 08648

Romney House

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This charming Greek Revival style house has a distinctive flattop entrance roof and features a pilastered doorway and decorative frieze below the roof. It is a style uncommon in the township. The house is attributed to Charles Steadman, who was famous for his fine design and detail, sometime between 1825 and 1845, the period of his active work in neighboring Princeton. The delicate looking entrance hides rear and side additions. But it is the front entrance details that draw our attention, such as the panel decorations under the cornice and the repetition of the design over the door.


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