Be the next to own a part of Montclair’s History. A gracious Elizabethan-style Tudor at 40 Lloyd Road is on the market. It was built in 1901 by R.G. Thorpe and was designed by Michel Moracin LeBrun, well known for his architectural design of the Metropolitan Life Tower in New York. Rich in architectural detail, this home first graced the pages of The Montclair Times on May 21, 1904 when it welcomed its new owner Rudolph Hering and his family.
Hering was a civil engineer of national reputation who was called upon to be the consulting engineer for many of the public water supplies and sewerage systems in areas such as Greater New York, Chicago and Philadelphia to name a few. Hering was considered to be the best in his field and was consulted with on matters of municipal engineering by many leading cities in the United States at that time.
The current owner has spent a good deal of time making sure that this timeless classic home remains a lovely part of Montclair’s Architectural past. Rich in detail, this lovely estate home offers chestnut wood floors and moldings, generous sized rooms and modern amenities.
There is a room for everyone at 40 Lloyd Road with its seven bedrooms, five full baths, breathtaking limestone solarium with in-wall working fountain and the traditional English greeting hall with chestnut beamed ceiling. Located just steps away from New York transportation, you will have a choice skyline view from this beautiful home set on just over one acre of manicured property in one of Montclair’s most prestigious area.