Navesink River (Fair Haven, NJ)
By Susan McLaughlin, Monmouth County Real Estate
(Keller Williams Realty - East Monmouth)
Fair Haven's Borough Council voted tonight to move forward with the acquisition of a waterfront home to create a passive park.  Located at the end of DeNormandie Avenue, the piece is known locally as the Williams/Robards house. Charles Williams, a free black American, built his homestead in 1853, long before the Civil War.   The house had additions over the years, but retains it's hidden staircase, wavy glass windows and original cooking fireplace.  The land itself is well suited for a park, it is level, without wetlands and boasts a magnificent variety of specimen trees. Mayor Michael Halfacre, Borough Council and Fair Haven Administrator, Mary Howell have identified State, National and Monmouth County sources of funding to assist in the purchase of this park land. It is anticipated th...
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