The Kedge

The Kedge

Sometimes, when I’m out taking pictures, I’ll see a house and say, “man, that place looks kind of historic,” and I’ll photograph it just in case it is.

Most of the time, I never do find out anything about the structure.

But in THIS case, I discovered that this little brown-shingled red-roofed house in Morristown is THE KEDGE!

The Kedge (meaning “a small anchor”) was initially intended as a summer cottage. It was built between 1870 and 1880 by a grandson of George Macculloch; unsurprisingly, it’s about a 2-minute walk from Macculloch Hall. The Macculloch family still owns it and lives in it! (Or, at least, their descendents do.)



Morristown Partnership. (2011?). “Morristown’s History.”


One Comment to “The Kedge”

  1. Adorable Queen Ann/Arts & Crafts/Shingle Style habitat

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