The weekend started out splendidly on Friday morning with a class trip. I took my staff to the Mansion in May Showhouse in Morristown, NJ.
Attendance was wonderful and for such a good charity. This is first thing in the morning!
The Allen Family began construction of this grand tudor estate modeled after an english castle in 1914. The property, on the edge of a wooded glen was aptly named Glynallyn.
32,000 square feet transformed
In the late 19th century in the New Jersey countryside, Morristown became a desirable summer retreat for wealthy New York industrialists and business leaders who built grand mansions along what was nobly hailed as Millionaire’s Row on Madison Avenue.
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Gothic arches and tudor rose motifs were everywhere
The grounds were stunning in an ancient forest of beech trees
Pictures were not permitted inside, so we got one peeking in. Look at the gorgeous plaster ceiling!
The weekend ended shopping in beautiful Princeton, NJ
Can't wait to show you those pictures!