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Lattimer Realty
45 Roseland Ave, Caldwell, NJ 07006
Lattimer Realty is a real estate company serving clients in Caldwell and the surrounding Essex County areas. TheMore company provides detailed listings, open houses, office listings and MLS searches for single family homes, condos, multi family homes, land lots, commercial properties, rentals and more.
Pick Quick Papers
523 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, NJ 07006
Pick Quick Papers carries a variety of paper products and office supplies. There is also in-house printing, labeling andMore binding services available. Pick Quick Papers of Caldwell is a member of xpedx online, which means you can order what you need from your own home.
Stop & Shop
875 Bloomfield Ave, West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Stop & Shop is a grocery store with a branch in Caldwell. The store houses a variety of home, health and foodMore products. Stop & Shop has a deli, a produce section, a bakery, pet products, baby products, fresh flowers and a butcher shop. Also, customers can rent movies through its Redbox service or use its automatic coin counter.
Grover Cleveland Birthplace
207 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell, NJ 07006

The Grover Cleveland birthplace was built in 1832 as a pastor's residence for the First Presbyterian Church ofMore Caldwell where Cleveland's father, Richard Falley Cleveland, was the minister from 1834 to 1841.

Rev. Cleveland and his wife Ann had Stephen Grover Cleveland on March 18, 1837. Cleveland was the fifth of nine children. When he was 4 years old, the family moved to Fayetteville, N.Y.

The Caldwell  home's historical significance began in 1881 when Grover Cleveland ran for governor of New York. In 1885, Cleveland became the 22nd president of the United States and later became the nation's 24th president. A group of Cleveland's friend purchased the home and opened it to the public on March 18, 1913.

The Grover Cleveland historic site is the only house museum in the country recognizing Cleveland's life. The birthplace is listed on New Jersey and national registers of historic places.

The 2.5-acre site features Cleveland's baby cradle, White House chair, clothing and fishing gear.