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Monday, August 22, 2011

Hidden Plainfield: Razing the Roof property ID



New home is at 1001 Rahway Road.

The roof-raising Hidden Plainfield scene of yesterday is at the corner of Prospect Avenue and Rahway Road, as folks readily guessed.

A new, larger home but with the same Georgian and center-hall feel replaced the orginal which was, as I said, recycled.




Illustration from Symphony Showcase invitation.

And you can get a peek at Plainfield's newest mansion as the owners, Gina Addeo and Michael Sullivan, are graciously opening their new home to the Plainfield Symphony's 92nd Season Showcase with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres on Saturday, September 17.

For more on the Symphony Showcase, visit the Plainfield Symphony's website (here),  download an invitation (here), or call the PSO office at (908) 756-4688 or (908) 561-5140. Tickets are $75/person. Please make your reservation by September 9.




Roof section being removed, May, 2008.

Where shall we go next week?


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

And not only are the owners of new home restoring it magnificently, we are also lucky to have such nice new neighbors. Hope they are welcomed warmly by us all.

Pat Turner Kavanaugh said...

Dan: the architect on this job is Billy Toth, a Plainfield neighbor and member of the City's planning board. Go Billy!