Lord Hill was built in 1870 as a summer ‘cottage’ for a New York family. It was originally built in a 2nd Empire/Italianate style and modified sometime in the early 20th century as architectural tastes changed. The house is 3 floors plus a full basement. Rooms surround a central stair shaft extending from the first floor to a skylight on the roof. An architecturally appropriate addition and garage were added in the mid 80s.
The stone house is surrounded by formal gardens and pool area. Beatrix Farrand, a notable landscape architect, is thought to have designed the gardens in the first half of the 20th century. The property is surrounded by scenic farmland and woods.
Advance permission from owner required for painting or nailing in walls.
Air conditioning expected to be installed in summer of 2021.