The Home Of A Real Baby Circus Elephant Goes On The Market For $965,000, As 'Dumbo' Flies Again

Posted by Staff Reporter on Mar 31, 2019 12:01 PM EDT
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The home base for Hill's Society Circus, one of the many small family-owned circuses that toured the country during the 1920s and 30s, was a spacious Arts & Crafts house built in 1911 in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. It was convenient to the train, every circus' mode of transport from town to town, and the property included a carriage house and barn that, in the winter, when the circus was not touring, housed the animals. One legend holds that a monkey escaped into town, still a favorite local story.

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