Monday, November 14, 2011

The Edward S. Harkness Residence

The Edward Stephen Harkness residence designed by Lord & Hewlett c. 1908 in New London, Connecticut. Click HERE to see the Harkness residence on Long Island. Click HERE for more on the Harkness residence as it is today.



Photos from Architecture, 1908.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG!!! This place is amazing...the lawn front is spectacular. Please tell me it's still extant....


Zach...I understand your enthusiasm...this blog's a hit..but chill out a bit on the posting so people can get a chance to savor and respond to all you've posted today.I notice from Old Long Island, people don't seem to read previous post's....so allot can get lost.

Again, congratulations...this is a winner....!!

Zach said...

: )

This was it for the night. I don't expect to update this place daily like OLI so the posts will likely come in bunches. Consider this the first dose.

Anonymous said...

Okey Dokes..so is this gem still extant, or has it fallen to the wrecking-ball?

Anonymous said...

Anon...check the internet. The property called Eolia became a state park and is extant. Looks to be in great condition too. Also a great blog. Very good first posts covering a variety of buildings and locations.

Old Grey Dog said...

I LOVE this !!!