The Van Wickle House is an excellent example of New Jersey Dutch style, which combines Dutch, Flemish and English characteristics. The original section of the house may have been constructed as early as 1722 by Symen Van Wickle, a prosperous land owner. The interior of this section clearly shows the Dutch system of post-and-beam construction. The house still has the original split shingles with round butts on the east or front facade. It is owned by Franklin Township and operated by the Meadows Foundation.
The Van Wickle House is available for third party private events including weddings, receptions, holiday parties, and corporate meetings.