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That time you spend flip-flopping on a decision could be spent on something that’s actually productive. Make a decision, live with it, and move on.
A little #HudsonCountyHistory 📚for you this morning!
Place: Sybil’s Cave
Year Built: 1832
Architectural Style: Gothic Style Stone Arch
Architect: The Stevens Family .
Sybil’s Cave is the oldest manmade structure in Hoboken, created in 1832 by the Stevens Family as a folly on their property that contained a natural spring.
It was originally Hoboken's biggest tourist attraction, for the magnesium-laced water that flows from the spring.
The cave gained national attention in 1841 when the body of a young cigar shop worker, washed ashore nearby, an incident that inspired Edgar Allan Poe’s, The Mystery of Marie Rogêt, one of the first true-crime detective novels. .
From the mid- to late-1800s, thousands of glasses were sold daily for a penny each to tourists from New York, who drank the cave's water in the belief that it had therapeutic properties.
The cave was a recreational destination within walking distance from downtown Hoboken.
A restaurant offered outdoor refreshments beside the cave.
The cave was closed in 1880 due to health department concerns about water quality, and it was used as a cool storage locker for a nearby eating establishment.
That establishment devolved into a seedy waterfront tavern and closed in the 1930s, when the cave was filled in with concrete and dirt.
Around the time of World War I the cave fell into disuse and was sealed.
It was reopened in October 2008 after former Mayor David Roberts worked with the Hoboken Historical Museum, Hoboken Brownstone company and others on a $106,752 renovation project to unblock the cave and make it accessible to the public.
Sybil's Cave is a cave with a natural water spring, that is now buried at the bottom of the Stevens Institute of Technology hill, near the Castle Point Skate Park on Frank Sinatra Drive.
Today, although the exterior gate to the park is usually open 24 hours a day, the gate to the cave itself is locked, as its water was found to contain too many impurities to be drinkable, and the interior is rocky and slippery. .
As of December 2018, there are no plans to reopen it.
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20 Tips for Preparing Your House for Sale This Spring
When listing your house for sale, your top goal will be to get the home sold for the best price possible!
There are many small projects that you can do to ensure this happens!
Your real estate agent will have a list of specific suggestions for getting your house ready for market and is a great resource for finding local contractors who can help!
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New Construction home, just Listed in Dacula, Georgia.
5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms,
Please call or text for a showing at 864-682-0311.
Listing provided courtesy of Gwen Ackerman.
New Listing! 732 Amsterdam Ave in desirable Pine Lake Park in Toms River. Charming home featuring 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, finished basement and more. Contact Listing Agent Thomas Tvrdik Realtor Associate. Cell: 732-804-0944
OPEN HOUSE this Sunday 2-4! Rare ranch-style home in Tucker for under $350k. Awesome bones and layout ready for your creative touch. This one’s going to go quickly - if you know someone who would love to make this home their own, send them over!
3 bedrooms, 3 baths
1879 sqft + additional 1831 sqft in basement
Screened in porch
Private, wooded backyard
In-law suite in basement
Address: 4054 Brymond Ct
Listing courtesy of Jill Heineck
The Estefan’s @emilioestefanjr and @gloriaestefan list their luxurious mansion for sale in Miami at $ 32 million dollars 💰
Los Estefan ponen a la venta su lujosa mansion en Miami por $32 millones de dolares 💰