One of Parsippany’s best kept secrets is the historic Victorian Camp Meeting community of Mount Tabor. First time visitors to the town are always surprised to find a quaint village tucked away in the middle of busy Morris County. The town is set on a hill, with gently curving one-way streets lined by Victorian cottages.
|Banghart Place during the Camp Meeting days|
|Trinity Park and the Mt. Tabor Library|
Mount Tabor is known for its vibrant, artistic and family-friendly environment. The Town boasts many annual activities for its residents including a House Tour, the Children’s Day Weekend and Parade, concerts on Trinity Park, Holiday events and gatherings of local Musicians and Crafters throughout the year. There are many volunteer organizations within the community, including a very active Historical Society with its own House Museum, Volunteer Fire Department and a Garden Club, which maintains beautiful plantings throughout the town year-round.
|12 Banghart Place|
|The Living Room and its custom plasterwork|
|The Master Bedroom’s entrance, with German Flash Glass|
The Second floor offers a classical carved niche over the stairs and wide plank heart pine floors. A Sitting Room leads into the Master Bedroom through a gingerbread and German flash glass accented archway. The Master Bedroom features abundant light streaming in through its cupola skylight and double doors to balcony. The Bath is fully remodeled with an antique pedestal sink, claw foot tub, built-in oak linen cabinet and timeless black & white tile. Full Basement w/door to yard, full-height ceilings and room for your workshop or exercise equipment.
|The Wrought Iron Gazebo|
The yard is your own low-maintenance personal oasis. Herringbone laid brick drive leading to terraced patio. Perennial plantings provide year-round color and a wrought iron Gazebo offers beauty and serenity.
|Amazing custom details by Tringali Iron Works|