Westland Mansion was home of President Grover Cleveland after his second term as president, from 1897 to 1908 when he died. Given this association with Cleveland, it is is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Landmark. It is also impressive architecturally as it is an excellent example of Italianate architecture. Its current appearance is not how it appeared originally when it was built in 1856 by Robert F. Stockton, who served as a U.S. Navy Commodore and a Senator. The mansion is a private home today but can be viewed from the street.
Backstory and Context
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