Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Bartow-Pell Mansion

I was looking for an easy adventure over the weekend and learned about the Bartow-Pell mansion and gardens. Located down on Pelham Bay, in the Bronx, it's a Greek-Revival manor house that once belonged to a wealthy doctor and his family. According to history, Thomas Pell purchased the land from the Lenape Indians in the mid-1600s and his family owned the land for years to come. The current house is far newer than the 17th century - in fact, it's believed it was built after the original was destroyed during the Revolutionary War. The property has had quite a history and is now owned by the city of NY and a national landmark.
The house isn't massive, but the ground sprawl on towards the bay with a trail around the property right along the water. The planned gardens are so lovely, even prepped for winter time. The city added a fun modern art sculpture on the front lawn - a neat contrast to the historic property. You can tour inside which I will for sure do once COVID goes away!

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Jaśmin said... {Reply}

Wonderful photos palace.

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Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

Looks like a great place to take pictures!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Wow that place looks incredible! I love that last shot too!

Lydia C. Lee said... {Reply}

Wow! I just love this. Great share - love the peacock

Life Images by Jill said... {Reply}

Wonderful that these historial places are being preserved and open for others to enjoy. Stay safe, enjoy your week and thank you again for the link up.

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

Such a wonderful place. Thanks for sharing it. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

handmade by amalia said... {Reply}

Enjoy this wonderful week.

Bekah said... {Reply}

Oh wow...those grounds have such pretty views! I can't wait to see the inside when you go back!

Grace said... {Reply}

Very interesting background on this place and such amazing photos!

Cloudia said... {Reply}

Great post!