Tour stop 4: 127 W. Robbins St.

Well-traveled home:

This 1865 home, one of four in a row, was probably built to house the engineers constructing the Roebling Bridge. After being partially reconstructed in the 1970’s, a spiral staircase was installed in the kitchen, providing quick access to what was the servant quarters and is now the bathroom and laundry room. Currently owned by a seasoned traveler, the restored interiors display collections of art and artifacts from far-flung locales. After touring this home of treasures, exit through the award-winning “small urban garden.”