Stillwell House Antiques is located in the historic and park-like township of Manalapan, New Jersey. The Shop is the site of an authentic 19th century farmstead, originally built in 1839 by the Stillwell Family. Seven generations later, their descendants still live and farm on the property. The house and barns are directly on bustling Route 9 and are surrounded by 320 acres of lush rolling fields. The property owners have graciously added the site to the Manalapan Township Farmland Preservation List. This guarantees that present and future generations will continue to enjoy the pastoral setting, while observing a daily living reminder of a bygone era.
The picturesque environment combined with the hand picked inventory showcases the signature style of Stillwell House Antiques. Proprietors Ronald Knox and Paul Gallagher have combined their collections and interests to produce a style that is inviting and comfortable. "Our style is warm, genuine, and never pretentious. We combine fine quality antique country furniture, handmade antique and semi-antique rugs, Meissen Porcelain, beautiful and noteworthy artwork, and Studio Steel handmade lighting. Filling in around all of this are many wonderful and interesting antique and decorative accessories. While we know that it's impossible to be all things to all people, we strive to have something for everyone. Our collection is meant to be touched and used and loved and lived with. A chair too fragile to sit in or a knob to delicate to turn would be out of place in Stillwell House Antiques."
Stillwell House Antiques strives to exceed our customer's expectations by offering unique, top quality antiques at better than competitive prices.
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HouseofHistory, LLC. had the pleasure of visiting StillwellHouseAntiques recently, We must say what a delight in the Provenance of the many pieces to be had. Learning the history of the property & the surrounding areas have given cause for more research outings!