Historic landmark Feigenspan Mansion in Newark sells for $1.4M





The price is right: an affordable $1.4 million.

Lots of space at 1.5 acres and a hilltop view of, well everything.

Cozy, too with 37 rooms.

And if you love beer, you gotta have this baby.

The Feigenspan Mansion, the brownstone landmark in Newark’s Central Ward built for a beer baron and his wife more than a century ago, is on the market.

Except for a caretaker, the house on the High Street hill hasn’t been lived in since 1999, when its last full-time occupants, a realtor and his artist wife, sold it to a community agency. That institution’s plans for a Central Ward social service hub, though, never gained traction. Persistent debt and the agency’s restructuring is forcing its sale....


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