This past month there were several fires in southern Hunterdon County, all of them accidental. One of those fires gutted a house that I had researched many years ago, so I, along with current and past owners, feel somewhat heartbroken that this lovely home has been destroyed. It is located a short distance south of the village of Sand Brook, along the Sand Brook-Headquarters Road.Continue reading »
SAND BROOK is a village in Delaware Township, located east of Route 523, a few miles north of Sergeantsville. The village began as the site of a mill owned by Henry Kitchen, and later by his son Samuel Kitchen. Stores, schools, post offices and a church appeared over the years. The buildings remain, but their uses have changed to residential.