Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Hyde Hall at Glimmerglass State Park

Take a step back in time.To Hyde Hall
~ Glimmerglass, NY ~
From their website:
Hyde Hall represents an extraordinary vision of nineteenth-century Anglo-American culture and the establishment of vast agricultural estates in the early years of the American republic. Built by George Clarke (1768-1835), the house is considered one of the finest examples of the neoclassical country house in the United States.

Enjoy a beautiful online photo tour here. You'll see the period furniture, gorgeous grounds filled with old trees, and, of course, the beautiful Otsego Lake.
Top hat photo and bedroom photo from their website.
All other photos taken by me ~ through the windows on a hike around Hyde Hall a few weeks ago...
August, 2009

3 comments:

Diana said...

I am looking forward to the tour! What a pretty spot Maria. What an interesting hike you had! Love Di

TCKK said...

Great pictures! I love touring old homes!

B SQUARED said...

A nice tour. I like the colors inside the house.