The Samuel Van Saun House -- Wayne, New Jersey
In 1780 the Marquis de Lafayette established his headquarters in the house of Samuel Van Saun in what is now Wayne, New Jersey. Van Saun built this Dutch Style house in the Preakness Valley near the Singac Brook 11 years before Lafayette’s fateful visit. Today, the Samuel Van Saun house not only sustains its significance as a New Jersey Historical Landmark, but it also retains its original Dutch-Style architecture, all while offering modern conveniences. The house has a media room, five bedrooms -- including a master bedroom suite with walk in closets and “his” and “hers” master bathrooms -- and a spacious basement addition also constructed in Dutch Style. Price: $1,999,999... Read More →
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