Edward Bellamy House

Category: Bellamy House


Distinguishing Features

While the Bellamy House isn’t as architecturally distinctive as the houses of other Gilded Age writers (think Mark Twain’s Hartford, Connecticut home), many small details still come together to give it a unique character…Read More

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How did our garden grow?

A lot can be learned about what the exterior of a house used to look like by examining it for signs of old paint colors, different foundations, and ghosts of features that were removed long ago.  However, it is much more difficult to know what its gardens may have looked like—especially in the years before photography became accessible to the general public…Read More

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