Greystone Hall: End of Year Holiday House Tour
In the tradition of the Biltmore Estate, the DuPont mansions, and the grand houses of Newpot, RI, Greystone Hall stands today as a living monument to the era of great mansion building in America from the Gilded Ageoto the 1920's. Now over a hundred years old, the house was designed by architect Charles Barton Keen for West Chester inventor, industrialist and philanthropist, P.M Sharples. It has been owned by the Jerrehian family for over seventy-five years. Decorated for the holidays, the mansion will be dressed up as well to ring in the New Year. The mansion is still a family home and not open to the general public. Transportation is on your own.
|Dates:||December 29, 2019|
|Number of Sessions:||1|
|Meets:||Su : 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM|
|Instructor:||Velda Jerrehian Moog|
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