Wednesday, February 27, 2013

'Blendon Hall'

 'Blendon Hall', the Frederick S. Culver estate designed by Charles A. Platt c. 1902 in Lyme, Connecticut.  Platt designed the house for Culver's wife, artist Anna Parkman Osgood.  'Blendon Hall' is currently for sale for $3,400,000, click HERE to see the listing on Coldwell Banker.  Click HERE for more and HERE to see 'Blendon Hall' on bing.

Photos from Architectural Record, 1906.


The Ancient said...

"I'd live there."

The Down East Dilettante said...

"So would I".

There is a very similar Platt house, designed for a member of the Dunham family, near here. It's been painted a strange shade of sage/pea soup green ever since I can remember, maybe since it was built. These photos make me want to sneak over in the middle of the night with a can of white paint.

Anonymous said...

What a dream house!