I am soooo excited that I was able to remain in New England long enough this year to experience the fall foliage season. Having lived in Florida for so long, I had forgotten just how breathtaking it is. Andrew and I went on a leaf peeping trip to the White Mountains in New Hampshire recently so we could really […]
My hubbie and I really enjoy visiting historic houses, so we’re always on the look out for new places to check out .Recently I discovered, just 20 minutes from me, is the Long Hill Estate with it’s magnificent Sedgwick Gardens. It’s in Beverly, Mass and being as I lived the first half of my life in the Boston area I […]
I’ve finally been able to finish my post about the the Cut! Costume and the Cinema exhibit at the Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich Ma. I visited just before starting my road trip back to Florida and along the way I got wind (no pun intended) of the fact that when I arrived I’d have to deal with […]
Recently had the utmost pleasure to visit this mid century modern home built by Walter Gropius in 1938. Mr. Gropius was the founder of the Bauhaus Design School in Germany and later became a professor of architecture at Harvard University.
Wealthy philanthropist, Helen Storrow, gifted him 4 acres of land in Lincoln, Ma and the 20K he needed to build. Lucky guy!
He traveled […]
On a recent day trip my husband, Andrew, and I visited Beauport, the magnificent Sleeper-McCann house in Gloucester, Massachusetts. I love to tour historic buildings and Beauport is like nothing else I’ve ever seen. Literally built out onto the rocks, it was originally the summer residence of Henry Davis Sleeper, a well known interior designer. Henry, along with architect Halfden Hansen, began building in […]