Built before the American Revolution, the 1700s House was saved from demolition to preserve its early Cranbury history. Moved to the Cranbury Millstone Park in October 2019, the house is still located on the original farm. The one and a half story timber-framed structure, built in 1713, has its original hand-hewn post and beams. Three Patriots from the American Revolution owned or lived in the house. In 1778, General Lafayette and his troops visited the house and its farm. Your donation will help volunteers of the Cranbury Historical & Preservation Society to restore this 18th century home, establish a museum and share the story of 18th century Cranbury.