300 Lincoln Court c.1877 over looking the Toms River and originally built by George Burnett, a successful Hatter from New York City. Historically named the Buhler Mansion after being acquired by William Buhler in 1903. Later to become the home of Admiral Robison, Superintendent of the Admiral Farragut Academy in 1939. The Buhler Mansion gained notoriety when reports were made that Grover Cleveland (the 22nd & 24th president of the United States) was a a frequent guest for fishing and duck hunting excursions. The path he took to the river still remains. Though historic, all the modern amenities have been meticulously added while keeping the historic integrity of this masterpiece. Fully updated in recent renovations with 7 zoned gas hot water very ornate and restored cast iron radiators, 3 zone central air, new electric service throughout. Other renovations include the new gourmet kitchen with all the chef must haves, six burner gas range, pot filling faucet, custom cabinetry from floor to ceiling, center Island with built-in ovens, all tasteful and timelessly selected. Around the corner you'll find a butlers pantry with coffee station, sink, and wine refrigerator. Upstairs this home boasts 8 exquisite bedrooms, 4 newly remolded baths so there's room for everyone. Down below unwind in the Copperhead Lounge. This space is spectacular for entertaining complete with gas fireplace, pinball, jukebox, true pub vibes without leaving your home. The attention to detail in this home is impeccable. Did I mention this home is being offered furnished? Custom furnishings including the grand piano in the ballroom . You really must see this to truly appreciate.
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