Monthly Archives: June 2011

History and Modernity Mingle at Boxwood Manor

Driving down Seven Bridges Road in Little Silver is a bit like being a kid in a candy store for adults looking for unique real estate, the only problem is that other people have already called dibs on most of the selections, and all you can do is look.

However, there is one waterfront estate at 216 Seven Bridges that can be had at a current price of $4,459,000, and it is as historically significant as it is forward-thinking.

Boxwood Manor was developed in the last roar of ’20s, in 1929, by Charles Loverling, chairman of the Board of Governors for the New York Stock Exchange. As time passed, the property came into current home owner Jerry Rosenthal’s family, who have taken care of it since the mid-1950s.

There are three residences at Boxwood Manor; the main residence, which is 10,000 square feet, and a two-family carriage house, which is

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