One of various entrance points to the original property. Notice the black diamond patterns in the pillars, as they are exactly like the ones to the formal entrance to the estate, seen HERE.
The face above is on the side of the wall that faces away from the house. The face below is on the side that faces toward the house.
Above are two of three absolutely massive copper beech trees planted by the Olmsted Brothers. The gazebo is original and has a twin across the lawn, both of which are currently being restored.
This garden feature sits off the main grounds, down the road a bit. Above is one of the stone arches that gave the current development its name.
Click below to see 'Roslyn House' intact and still standing in a 1966 aerial shot.