most southerly hill in a chain known as the Seven Sisters, William
Hooker Gillette, actor, director, and playwright, built this
184 acre estate.
point of his effort was a 24 room medieval
castle. Built of local fieldstone supported by a steel framework, it
took 20 men 5 years (1914-1919), to complete.
woodwork is hand-hewn southern white oak. Of the
within, no two are exactly the same.