Historic Structures

Everitt House, Hainesville New Jersey

Date added: July 22, 2021 Categories: New Jersey House

The Everitt House, said to have been built before 1750, is one of three houses in the Minisink Village area that dates from the eighteenth century.

While the basic stone structure is original, the many alterations have included wall dormers, a red tile roof, and two picture windows in the south gable end.

The one-and-a-half-story house is laid out in an L shape. The front portion measures approximately 45' by 30' and the rear addition measures approximately 21' by 30'.

It was demolished in 1975 to make way for the Tocks Island Dam project which, after much controversy and lack of funding, was abandoned in 1978.

The other two houses that were remaining in Minisink Village are the William Ennes House and the Westbrook-Bell House.

Everitt House, Hainesville New Jersey 1971 EAST (FRONT) ELEVATION
1971 EAST (FRONT) ELEVATION

Everitt House, Hainesville New Jersey 1971 NORTH AND WEST ELEVATIONS
1971 NORTH AND WEST ELEVATIONS