80 Holland Rd,
Peapack Gladstone Boro NJ

6 beds | 5.1 baths | 8.38 Acres | MLS/ID#: 3356638

80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors 80 Holland Rd Peapack Gladstone Boro, NJ 07931-2627 - Turpin Realtors

Description

 

Cherryfields: Time-Honored Style with a Gilded-Age Past

They came calling—Elle Décor and Lonny Magazine, Ralph Lauren, Godiva and Jonathan Adler were but some. It is hardly surprising that when Cherryfields, a Gilded-Age estate in Peapack Gladstone, was refreshed by its designer/owners that the magazine and the ad world would welcome the opportunity to capture the allure of the period.

Upon spotting the home in the early 2000s, it was love at first sight for the New York designers. But the house was already occupied. Covert pursuit followed. They would drive by in the morning to see if anybody was up, and drive by at night to see if the lights were on. From a friend, they learned that the owner, a recent widow in her 80s, had lived in the 15-room residence for nearly half a century and fortunately for the designers, wanted to move to a smaller house. A meeting was arranged and a deal was made on the spot.

Poised on 8.38 rolling acres in New Jersey’s horse country, the Georgian Revival mansion was established in 1929. Two sisters commissioned the architect A. Musgrave Hyde, who designed some of the district’s palatial homes, to unite the 1840’s caretaker’s and chauffeur’s cottages sited on land separated from a nearby estate. Hyde connected the structures by adding an ample drawing room and a curving, glass conservatory. The result is a structure with major rooms only one room deep allowing light to both north and south sides. The interior design luminaries, Sister Parish and Albert Halley, were hired to decorate the interior in 1963. Little was done to update the patrician style imbued by this eminent team over the following decades.

A rich architectural palette awaited the new owners. Given its formation, the residence boasts an east and west wing, each with its own grand foyer. Volume, high ceilings, hardwood floors and original built-ins abound. The drawing room hosts tall Corinthian pilasters from a 19th century home in Trenton, a black-onyx fireplace mantel and French doors opening to terraces framed with vine-draped brick walls. A Carrara-marble mantel, acquired from the Hartford, CT home of the author Harriet Beecher Stowe, centers the expansive dining room. A bowed window wall is a charming touch in the study. The spacious library opens to a loggia facing the Charleston garden, the lushly landscaped grounds, age-old trees and further afield the pool.

The east wing’s second floor comprises a master suite and three bedrooms each with bath. The west wing contains its own master suite with optional sitting room or nursery. Three more bedrooms and a bath are located in the original servants’ quarters. The latter is located over the home’s 4-vehicle capacity garages approached by a separate driveway and walled motor court.

Its Norman Rockwell charm, pristine landscape and prime location are regular draws for Peapack-Gladstone. Newcomers easily take to its serene beauty and casual lifestyle. Residents are quick to relate that their town has a captivating hold. And getting to and from is easy. Major highways and NJ Transit trains provide easy access to corporate centers, Manhattan and the area’s commuter and international airports.

Bedrooms 6
Full Bathrooms 5
Half Bathrooms 1
Property Type Residential
Year Built 1840
Acreage 8.38
Style Colonial
Taxes $42,086 (2015)
 

Schools

Elementary BEDWELL
High BERNARDS
Middle BERNARDS
 
Number of Rooms 15
Basement Yes
Basement Desc. Crawl Space, Partial
Community Living No
 
  • Bar-Wet

Appliances

  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher

Fireplace

  • Bedroom 2
  • Dining Room
  • Living Room

Flooring

  • Wood

Heating

  • 1 Unit
  • Radiators - Steam

Fuel type

  • OilAbIn

Cooling

  • See Remarks

Water

  • Public Water
  • Well

Water heater

  • Oil

Sewer

  • Private

Room layout

Room Dimensions Floor
Master Bedroom 17x16 Second
Bedroom 2 17x15 Second
Bedroom 3 14x10 Second
Bedroom 4 15x10 Second
Den Room 13x12 First
Dining Room 23x14 First
Family Room 27x18 First
Kitchen 15x13 First
Living Room 27x23 First
Breakfast 13x12 First
  • Open Porch(es)
  • Storage Shed
  • Patio

Garage

  • 4 Spaces
  • Attached Garage

Driveway

  • 1 Car Width
  • Gravel
  • Additional Parking

Roof

  • Slate
  • Imitation Slate

Lot

  • Corner
Photo of Ashley Christus

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Peapack-Gladstone, NJ real estate market

About Peapack-Gladstone

What happens when two villages are combined in one borough? The answer is Peapack-Gladstone, which is sometimes called the Twin Borough. Incorporated in 1912, two distinct villages are located in the northern part of Somerset County. Peapack is the southernmost village and Gladstone is the northern one. Both have a small shopping district, train station, post office, houses of worship, and homes in and around their Main Streets.

The two downtown areas are old fashioned and picturesque. Many homes lining Main Street, from stately Victorians to charming cottages or classic capes, feature well-tended green lawns and blooming flower gardens. Liberty Park has a small pond with fountains and picnic tables, and there’s a playground across the street. Concerts in the park and community events attract all ages in the warm weather. The trout-stocked Peapack Brook meanders through town, eventually joining the North Branch of the Raritan River.

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