The Park Savoy Estate, like any historic site, has had many lives and has even more stories to tell from its past. Over one hundred years ago, it was home to one of the early Florham Park families. In fact, in the very heart of what is the present-day building, the bones for that 1870 house still exist. It was built in the Second Empire style, which was THE fashionable style of the day. The house and surrounding 150 acre dairy farm, formed the homestead of George W. Felch, the patriarch of a prominent early family of Columbia, as Florham Park was known during the 19th century.