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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Seabrook Wilson House (formally known as The Spyhouse) is one of the oldest surviving houses in Monmouth County's bayshore region, with ties to the area's early British settlement and colonial maritime history. The existing house was constructed in several phases over the course of two hundred years. The oldest section dates from the early 1700s, with multiple additions built by the Seabrook and Wilson families in the 1700s and 1800s. With its waterfront setting and commanding views of Sandy Hook Bay and New York City, the house is a valued landmark to the surrounding community. Many say the house is haunted.
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