2 Main St.,
Peapack, NJ 07977
Built by Walter Graeme Ladd and his wife, Catherine (“Kate”) Everit Macy Ladd, Natirar is a brick 40-room Tudor-style mansion with limestone trim and slate roof, extensive oak paneling and molded plaster ceilings that was completed in 1912.
The main residence, several of the principal outbuildings and the overall lay-out and landscape of the estate were designed by Guy Lowell, a Boston-born architect who is most famous for his design of two public buildings, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (plus later additions) and the New York County Court House on Foley Square in Manhattan.
Natirar features the Ninty Acres restaurant.