This Colonial Revival style bed and breakfast in Cape May, NJ with its large wrap-around porch was built by Luther Ogden in 1900 as a wedding gift for his wife, Mary.
He owned the family lumberyard and used American chestnut for all of the interior pillars, ceiling beams and wood trim. The first floor features a large living room with built-in bookcases, and a sitting area with its original fireplace, as well as a dining room with a fireplace.
This turn-of-the-century inn is particularly noted for its beautiful antique lighting fixtures and cranberry glass chandelier.
Address815 Kearney Ave
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