History, charm, serenity, and two fully remodeled bathrooms - this one has it all! In 1876, Charles Miller Biddle built the iconic Biddle Mansion on the banks of the Delaware River. No expense was spared, and the opulent mansion would be serviced by an icehouse and a carriage house - now 208 Carriage House Lane. Biddle built the carriage house with the same meticulous building ethos and structural integrity as the main house, with two-foot thick fitted fieldstone walls with adorning keystones and pier construction underneath. Converted to a residence in the mid-1950s, today the house exudes a charming old-English meets Arts and Crafts feel, set back on a very private lot surrounded by wildflower gardens and an old-growth tree canopy. Entering the home, you may be surprised by the high ceilings in the large living room with newly refinished hardwood floors and a beautiful wood fireplace surround. Off to the left, you’ll find the charming dining room bursting with color, featuring full-wall built-in cabinets and adjacent to a gourmet kitchen with plenty of cabinet space and high-end stainless steel appliances. The conservatory sits at the front of the house just off the dining room - ready for your cozy reading chairs and green thumb. The second floor makes great use of the building's floorplate with 3 bedrooms and 2 beautifully remodeled full baths. Finally, up to the third floor, you can let your imagination run wild in this bright, open full-span space with hardwood floors, exposed beams, skylights, river views, and a gas stove. This is a truly one-of-a-kind opportunity to live in a perfect setting, in the most delightful old Americana town in New Jersey. Hurry and you’ll be in just in time to take part in your first Riverton 4th of July!