Food & Gourmet Items
Gourmet Dinner at 2010 Designer Show House
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $500 USD
- $250 USD to 042653
- Number of Bids
- 8 - Bid History
Gourmet Dinner for 6 served in the dining room of the Fairthorne Cottage, the 2010 Cape May Designer Show House.
Gothic and Stick-Style architectural elements are evident at the property. The cottage is named after Frederick Fairthorne, who was one of the original owners of the property along with his business partner, John C. Bullitt (Cape May’s mega-developer of the Victorian period). Currently, the Fairthorne Cottage is a three story bed and breakfast in the heart of Cape May’s Historic District. The first floor and grounds of the house were renovated and transformed by designers. Striking architectural elements at the cottage include the exterior tower in the front of the property, double parlors, and completely restored fireplaces.
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