The Roseberry House is a stone Georgian-style structure that features American decorative wall painting on the interior. It may have been constructed for John Tabor Kempe, Attorney General of New York and his wife, Grace Coxe, daughter of one of the West Jersey Proprietors. The property was acquired in 1787 by John Roseberry after it had been confiscated from Kempe, a Loyalist during the American Revolution. The Roseberrys were a founding family of Phillipsburg.


540 Warren St, Phillipsburg, NJ 08865