2876 Richmond Terrace House (Stephen D. Barnes House)

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

2876 Richmond Terrace

ARCHITECT: Unknown

DATE: 1853

STYLE: Italianate, Gothic Revival

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The handsome residence at 2876 Richmond Terrace was built in c. 1853 for Stephen D. Barnes, an oysterman, and his wife Judith. This substantial brick house combines elements of the Italianate and Gothic Revival styles, both of which were popular at that date. Located in Mariners’ Harbor, it is one of the very few surviving houses of the “Captains’ Row” which once lined the Shore Road (now Richmond Terrace) facing the Kill van Kull and Newark Bay.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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