59 E. Lincoln Avenue
Atlantic Highlands
NJ 07716


Historical Feature


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59 E. Lincoln Avenue
Colonial Revival Style
On the opposite corner of the Central Avenue intersection, this large house was built in 1902 for Charles E. Satterlee, an officer of the Texas and Pacific Railway. Why it was named Rimwood is not known. The house structure and architecture are largely intact as built. Its prominent feature--thirteen columns and balustrade on the long one-story porch -- remain in place. The peanut stone gate and wall along the street were added later. Siding and shingles have been replaced by stucco, a second floor front balcony was removed, and windows were changed. Its now serving as Posten's Funeral Home. A prime example of adaptive re-use of historic buildings.

Streetscape: At and near the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Central Avenue, three contrasting Victorians stand next and opposite to each other.


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