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Sunday, November 13, 2005

North Bennington, VT
This is the front door but, as you can see in the photo by Bill Owens, not the entrance to the Park-McCullough House in North Bennington, VT. The Park-McCullough House is one of the finest, most significant, and best Preserved Victorian Mansions in New England. Built in 1864-65 by attorney and entrepreneur Trenor Park (1823-1882), the house was designed by Henry Dudley, a prolific New York architect of the popular firm of Diaper and Dudley. It is an important example of a country house in the Second Empire Style and incorporates architectural features of the Romantic Revival style that were popular at the time. The house retains to a great extent the integrity and impact of its original design.
posted by /T/ at 10:18 PM