Lambertville has the coolest Airbnb in New Jersey, according to Condé Nast

LAMBERTVILLE, NJ — The Condé Nast Traveler released its list of the “Coolest Airbnbs in Every State” on Tuesday, taking readers on a coast-to-coast journey “from floating tiki huts to desert wonders” at a design feel in our very own Delaware river town of Lambertville.

The Lambertville Wave, a three bedroom house near the charming downtown areas of New Hope and Lambertville, was the magazine’s top Airbnb spot in New Jersey. The unique appearance of the house played a big role in the designation.

“Fascinated by architecture and Mad Men obsessives will find plenty to love in this mid-century modern three-bedroom home,” Ashlea Halpern wrote. and, of course, course, that distinctive wavy roofline.”

The house was designed in 1960 by the the late architect Jules Gregory, according to a 2010 New York Times article, and served as his personal residence and studio. The Architectural Record named the Lambertville house one of America’s “10 Best Houses” in 1961.

“The house, on a lightly wooded plot, was built with natural materials, such as stone from the fields of the property and the spruce and pine of the Pacific Northwest,” Bethany Lyttle wrote for The Times. “Through huge sheets of glass that serve as windows and walls, the natural surroundings are visible from every room. Most of the interior walls are not full height, so the floating fir ceiling appears to float above the rooms.”

A look at Airbnb shows that all rooms in the house are accessible to guests with their rental, with a beautiful open floor plan for the living room, dining room, game room and kitchen area of ​​the house.

“The house is a work of art set in a beautiful landscape,” wrote one guest in a review. “Views from all rooms are breathtaking in nature and densely intimate.”

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