Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association
Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association

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PO Box 311
Dennisville, N.J. 08214-0311
Phone: 609-861-1338


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Dennisville Historic Home Owners Association
Featured House for 2017 - The Jonathan Crandall House ca. 1813 - 1817.




christmas floral pencil drawing of 2017 featured house The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 christmas floral

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DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817

DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817

From the Historical Perspective:

The Crandall House is comprised of two main sections, both with timber framing, gable roofs that run parallel to the facade and large interior wall fireplaces. The front enclosed porch shelters a brick well. Each and every room is lavishly decorated with mid century reminders of Christmases past: blow mold figures, painted and glass C9's and C7's, plastic table ornaments and festive cardboard decorations. Having never been on the Dennisville House Tour, the house had its inaugural opening during the 2016 tour and was very well received. Keep your coat on as there is no heat in the house!



DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817

DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817

From the Personal Perspective:

If I had to pick just one word to describe living in the village of Dennisville it would be "Magical".

When I first pulled into the driveway and heard the oyster shells crunching and saw the boxwoods surrounding the property, I knew I had found "home". At the time, there was no running water, no electricity, a leaking roof, peeling paint, and a property that had been on and off the market for nearly 5 years...needless to say, I was blinded by love.

My vision for the house was to make it feel as if it was a summer house that had been in the same family for 100 years---which is why you'll see a 1970s sofa next to a Victorian dresser.

One of my favorite compliments I received last year was that my house was the "most fun" of all the houses on the tour. That's what Dennisville is to me a chance to take it easy, go to the beach, take a nap, read a book, visit with the neighbors, go antiquing, and, in general, just relax.

I hope that you enjoy your tour of all the houses in Dennisville and let me let you in a little secret... this place is a little slice of heaven on earth!



DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817


DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817 DHHOA 2017 Tour Featured House - The Jonathan Crandall House - ca. 1813 - 1817


The Herbert M. and Harriet Carroll House - 1883



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"Preserve what you have-you can never replace it."
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