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May all that stay or visit know the peace of a home away from home. 
-Catherine

Whiskey Array was established back in 2018. Inspired by a Great Dane and a South Jersey girl coming home. My name is Cahterine, and I'm the owner of A Whiskey Array short term rentals. I was born and raised in Bridgeton, New Jersey. I graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University and found myself in New York City working in advertising on Madison Ave. Life in the big city led me to Los Angeles where I settled in for 25 years and raised my two children. After my babies flew the nest, I flew back home and met the most amazing Great Dane puppy and named him Whiskey, the rest is history...historical home history.

 

My first property is named Whiskey's Corner. Located in Hopewell, NJ the house was built in 1750 as a Tavern and Stagecoach stop with 5 bedrooms and 2 full baths. As the first home in my business, I too celebrated many traditions here with my own children before I dedicated to open my doors to travelers from near and far. 

 

After falling in love with restoring and making Whiskey's Corner a home not just for me but for others, I decided to extend my brand and obtained a second property down the block and Whiskey's Bridge was created. Built in 1885 Whiskey's Bridge has the grandeur of a pre-Victorian farmhouse with grand living spaces indoor and outdoor as well as 5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. 

With two historic homes that provided many memories for travelers and families, I'm always house hunting for more homes to add to the brand. In the meantime, I'm currently an active board member of the Greater Bridgeton Area Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Bridgeton Chapter of Rotary, and a new member of the Chamber of Commerce South Jersey. My love for South Jersey is in my blood, it is what built me. Nostalgic romanticism and a puppy are what brought me back here. The amazing business leaders and people of this area are why I call it home again. I hope you enjoy these houses as much as I do and see the amazing landscapes, farm-to-table restaurants, and various small businesses that make this town what it is. Consider my houses a home away from home. Enjoy. 

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