This lovely summer cottage for newspaper man Henry Bowen is virtually unchanged. He hosted many important people of the times. Civil war era, President Grant enjoyed visiting there..the house is to remain forever rose hued.
My husband and I had a wonderful time at the Roseland Cottage Victorian Fair. There were lots of interesting booths to see outside and the house tour was delightful. Looking forward to seeing the Lipizzans!
I have visited sixteen Historic New England properties in the past couple of years. I recently visited Roseland Cottage and received the best tour I have ever had from guide Claire Campbell. It was a GREAT tour and the house was stunning!
This is an interesting house to visit. A lot of history there. A few presidents have stayed there. A great place to take the tour. A very old bowling alley.
Roseland Cottage is a Gothic Revival style home built in the 1800s. It is well kept, and contains original furnishings. The tour guides are very knowledgeable. The grounds and gardens are absolutely beautiful. We visit the annual craft fair almost every year and tour the home again and again. There are other events throughout the year as well. The gem... 更多
This cottage was the summer house of the Bowen family, wealthy dry good merchants in NYC. Built in the fashionable board-and-batten style, and painted in a surprising pink (its local nickname is the Pink House), it has preserved its mid-19th century interiors and furnishings, as well as its outbuildings, including the oldest indoor bowling alley in North America. Extraordinary!
I was born and raised in New England, and so have driven and ridden past Roseland Cottage hundreds of times. Roseland never lost it's fascination for me as it charmed me as a little girl and just stuck with me. I originally thought a fairy tale princess such as Cinderella must have resided there; not only because of it's massive... 更多