Visit www.HistoricHouseHunter.com or Call Virginia “Beth” Harpell for more details on the Very Finest Historic Homes in NJ……Martin Van Duyne House c.1789–STONE Dutch Colonial Home located on 1acre with 2 Fireplaces+Chestnut Floors–1 w Oven in Original Keeping Room-& 1 w/Cooking Crane-Exterior Construction Sandstone & Granite. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places & the Historic American Building Survey(HABS). Built by prominent 18th Century Dutch settler, Martin Van Duyne & occupied by his descendants for generations. Walnut Widebd. Floors,Exposed Beam Ceilings with chamfered-edges, Two Great Fireplaces (Quite possibly a third), Dutch Doors, Early Wrought Hinges & Hardware, Keeping Room in Bankhouse Ground Floor w/Massive Stone & Brick Fireplace, Dutch Open Porch with deep overhang & classic “stoop”–ALL in Montville Twp.–Ranked #13 on Money Magazine’s Top 100 Places to Live–2007–Highest Ranking of Any NJ Town!