Possibly One of the Most Iconic Homes in Madison Bring your imagination for this diamond in the rough. This 3,563 sq. ft. home is a stunning example of authentic Victorian architecture. Anchored on a 0.33 acre lot, it was painstakingly constructed c. 1880 by Daniel Burns, a gifted stone mason. It was a single family residence until the 1929 market crash and then converted to a boarding house. Numerous period details are found throughout this home. Other features include 3 stories netting a total of 10 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. One of 3 pudding stone homes in Morris County, the property has been approved for a 2-4 car garage with an amended site plan.
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