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Exterior

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Landscaped with dark boxwoods and chartreuse spirea, hydrangea, variegated weigela and beauty berry, the front view welcomes all.

 

Exterior Renovation Gallery

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The Lebanon Hotel as it looked circa 1851-1900

An early 1900s postcard: Main Street, west-looking view of The Lebanon Hotel

Front view of the Cokebury Inn, circa Sept 2002

Back courtyard view circa 2002.

Winter 2004- down comes the old barn structure. Beams were saved for use in the main bar room.

Late winter 2004: the side porch with view of soon to be rebuilt bathrooms and side entrance.

Construction of the side entrance begins, circa Spring 2004.

Side deconstruction starts in order to make room for handicap access and first floor bathrooms .

Late winter 2004, preparation for side entrance construction.

Footings/foundation demarcates the new side entrance and handicap ramp access, late spring 2004.

Construction of the side entrance, circa Spring 2004.

The side entrance and bathroom area, late Spring 2004.

Reconstruction of the chimneys- too damaged to repoint, all were taken down several courses below the roofline and rebuilt.

New roofing - down to the rafters, April 2004.

Back courtyard, circa late Spring 2004. Note the old and new chimney demarcation under the roofline.

One of the rebuilt chimneys. In all there were 4 existing chimneys reconstructed.

The front view, circa mid summer 2004.

Rebuilding of the front porch, summer 2004.

Mid summer 2004 corner view from Cokesbury Rd, and Main St.

The west side of the building, repair and replacement of clapboards in summer.

The side entrance, with new clapboard and handicap access ramp, late summer 2004.

Handmade corner column pieces add a distinct finish to each corner of the building.

The front in mid-summer 2004 sporting refurbished chimneys & new roofing. The old 2-door entrance has been converted to a single central entrance.

Wainscotting for the front porch ceiling, which will be mahogany stained. Outdoor black lacquer ceiling fans to be added later.

The old supports are replaced with round columns for a classic look.

With columns in place, the porch has a great presence against the new mahogany decking.

Mahogany railings are added to complement the mahogany deck flooring and stained wainscot ceiling.

Front view, November 2004

 


69 Main Street
     Lebanon, NJ 08833
Phone (908) 437-1300 

Last modified: 06 Sep 2014
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