Historic Crawford House

750 Tinton Avenue                            NEWS: Have we found the slave burial ground?
Tinton Falls, New Jersey                    Fall Open House Photo Gallery

The Crawford house was built in the early to mid 19th century, and was home to four generations of the Crawford family.  The Crawfords operated their butcher business on the property for the better part of a century.  The Borough's Historic Preservation Commission is working together with the Open Space Committee and the Environmental Commission to rehabilitate the house and create a facility that can be used by all three volunteer groups.  Our vision for the house includes use as a local history and cultural center, as well as a focal point for the trail system currently under development.  If you would like to be a part of this project, please consider joining the Friends of the Crawford House, a non-profit group currently being formed.  For more information, contact Stacey Slowinski at historic@tintonfalls.com or Guy Buck at openspace@tintonfalls.com.