Home Forum Gallery Members Todays Posts

Park-McCullough House Rating: None

Vermont Attractions / Landmarks / Places > North Bennington Email This Bookmark Print
The Park-McCullough House was built in 1865 and is considered one of New England?s best preserved mansions that feature Victorian architecture. The house originally served as a summer home to Trenor W. Park and his spouse, Laura. Park commissioned New York?s Henry Dudley for its design, which was a traditional French 2nd Empire style. The house boasts of approximately two hundred acres of grounds and thirty-five rooms, which cost a total of $75,000. Renovations were made in the late 19th century to make the house ?suitable? for guests such as President Benjamin Harrison.

Inside, visitors would enjoy the sight of bronze chandeliers, a grand sweeping staircase, and 14-foot ceilings. Outdoors, there?s a Carriage Barn, rose gardens, and a playhouse that was originally built as a doghouse.
Edit Article

Park-McCullough House Pictures Add Picture

Park-McCullough House Videos Add Video