The Gibbon House is located in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. It was built about 1730 by Leonard Gibbon and is a two and one-half brick house.
The plaque on the gable of the south elevation bears the date 1730. It was occupied by Nicholas Gibbon from 1730 to 1740, and then he moved to what is known as the Alexander Grant House in Salem NJ. The bricks are laid in checker pattern.
The red bricks are said to be imported from England, and the lighter colored ones were made from clay found on the grounds where the house sits.
Additional data and drawings of the house can be found at "American Memory." The house is open to the public during posted months and hours.