Charles S. Schultz House

Community Resource Category: Historic Attractions and Museum

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    When you step into this house, you step back in time. Built in 1896 by Hoboken Bank President Charles S. Shultz (1839-1924), this three-story home has 21 rooms, most of which have barely changed in the house’s history. Most of the families’ belongings — books, furniture, journals, notes — are all right where the family left them. Amazing woodwork, eclectic furnishings, a one-of-kind turn-of-the century library, and a kitchen that has never been modernized (unless you count the new stove the Shultz women purchased in the 1920s!) The Charles Shultz House is representative of the new wealth flowing into Montclair during its railroad era transformation in the late nineteenth century from a predominantly farming community to a prosperous suburb. Donated to us by Molly Shultz in 1997, the house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. We open the house for tours about once a month and for special programs and events.

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