ROSELAND COTTAGE/HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND - Woodstock
Experience Victorian Exuberance at National Historic Landmark Roseland Cottage (1846), perhaps the finest remaining example of a country estate in the Gothic Revival style. This summer home to prosperous and influential anti-slavery advocate Henry C. Bowen has survived unchanged with its original Gothic furniture, embossed Lincrusta wall coverings, and coral-pink exterior. The estate includes a formal parterre garden, an icehouse, garden house, carriage barn, and the nation’s oldest surviving indoor bowling alley.
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