Don’t miss your chance to experience West Hartford’s own house of “Seven Gables”! The amazing 8,700 sq. ft. home located at 48 Orchard Road will be open exclusively as a fundraiser for the Noah Webster House on Sunday, September 27, 2020.
Seven Gables was designed by Ebbets & Frid and built by the Tychsen Brothers in 1931 on 6 acres of land with stunning views of the Hartford skyline. Rev. George G. Guinness and his wife Catherine Monk Spencer Guinness lived in the house for nearly 30 years, where they took an active interest in the arts.
Learn more about the architecture of the mansion, the development of Orchard Road, and the Guinness family during this exclusive tour of Seven Gables. After you visit the house, you are invited to explore the magnificent grounds.
Tickets are $20 per person – all proceeds to benefit our non-profit museum. Members receive a discount with the coupon code.
The house is currently vacant, waiting for its forever family, which provides the perfect opportunity for guests to visit the home while adhering to COVID-19 safety precautions. Entry into the mansion will be timed and limited, and the use of face masks is mandatory. Learn more on our ticket site.
Thank you listing agent Shalini Madaras at Silver Pine Real Estate for offering to open the house as a fundraiser for the museum. If you are interested in learning more about the property contact Shalini Madaras at (203) 451-6622 or email@example.com.
The West Hartford House Tour: Seven Gables would not be possible without the support of presenting sponsor The Miale Team at Keller Williams and gold sponsor J.P. Carroll Construction.