Bernardsville Boro, NJ 07924
In an era when horse drawn carriages were being replaced by automobiles, a wealthy sugar baron named Julius Stursberg decided to build a first class carriage house on his 108 acre estate. The year was 1916 and the carriage house was designed to match the architectural standards of his grand Tudor home. When the current homeowners first viewed "Treetops" in the spring of 2004, the passage of time had done little to alter the original design commissioned by Mr. Stursberg. As stewards for beautiful old buildings, they embarked on a two year renovation that was completed in 2006. The end result was nothing short of an architectural triumph.

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