Navesink River in foreground.
A special location with Hartshorne Woods, a 787 acre park, in the background.
Rear view of the former Captain Pitman Johnson House.
View from the water.
Just under an acre of waterfront property set high up.
The home was floated from a lower Manhattan location over 100 years ago and placed in its present position on Locust Point Road.
Own a piece of Middletown history.
Picturesque Clay Pit Creek location.
Rear view of the home. An addition was constructed in 1964.
Double deep garage.
Ever-changing panoramic vista.