Chestnut Hill
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63 Church Street
Milford, NJ 08848
(888) 333-2242
(908) 995-9761



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Chestnut Hill, was built in 1860 by Wilson Thomas for his bride Lizzie. We have the privilege of being only the third family to live here. The parlor, drawing room, and dining room have the strong sense of a more gentle era.

Teacup & Flowers Fountain

“As romantic as an old-fashioned valentine, each room in this grand Victorian home is furnished with antiques.”

Woman's Day Intimate Getaways
by Roberta Gardner

The Drawing Room

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“Six upstairs guest rooms and large, immaculately maintained social rooms downstairs feature high walls papered in wine-red and moss-green period patterns. Original photos and paintings chronicle Chestnut Hill's history and that of the town. The rooms hold furniture and dress from the time when the first two families owned the home. Iron mannequins in the drawing and living rooms model Victorian clothing, which Linda found in trunks belonging to the first owners when she and Rob bought the home eighteen years ago.  Chestnut Hill allows guests a look back at Victorian-era Milford.”

New Jersey Country Roads
by Bruce B. Blackburn III

“We pass a fascinating gallery of old sepia photographs, a Victorian mannequin, and into the drawing room with its oriental rugs. Bamboo and ferns blend perfectly as Linda pumps and plays an old organ. An ancient hymn fills the room as sunlight reflects on the nearby river.”

Newsday Backroading
by T.J. Glennon

“The brochure for this 1860 treasure says, ‘You’re welcomed as guests and leave as friends.’ We agree, as Linda and Rob are two of the most caring innkeepers we know.”

Linda and David Glickstein
The Discerning Traveler

Mannequin & Photos