Historic frame houses line East Mill Road, a central thoroughfare in Long Valley, N.J. Known as German Valley at the time these structures were built, the community returned to its original Lenni Lenape name when anti-Teutonic hostilities erupted during World War I.
A Hudson Valley Barn With Room for Everyone
John B. Murray, an architect, and his wife, Elizabeth Heilman Brooke Murray, created additional living space on their 98-acre farm in Kinderhook, N.Y., inside an 18th-century barn frame […]
Living In … Hawthorne, N.J.
The Passaic County borough is old school in many ways, a front-porch community with a quaint business district and residents who tend to stay put.
Living In … Wayne, N.J.
The township has reasonably priced housing, strong schools and several bodies of water. But it is also coping with corporate and retail closures.
Living In … Battery Park City
The North Cove Marina, home to sailboats and yachts, is one of the livelier places in Battery Park City, the Lower Manhattan community built on a landfill. Some residents refer to it as […]