David Davis Mansion

David Davis Mansion


Bloomington, Illinois (IL), US
The David Davis Mansion, also known as Clover Lawn, is a Victorian home that was the residence of David Davis, Supreme Court justice (1862-1877) and Senator from Illinois. The mansion has been a state museum since 1960. Set in a residential neighborhood on Bloomington's near-south-side, the three-story yellow brick mansion comprises 36 rooms in an Italianate villa style. The mansion's lot includes an 1872 wood house, a barn and stable, privies, a foaling shed, carriage barn, and a flower and ornamental cutting garden. "Sarah's Garden", the Victorian cut flower garden, with original heirloom roses and perennials began restoration in 2001 and is near completion.
The David Davis Mansion, also known as Clover Lawn, is a Victorian home that was the residence of David Davis, Supreme Court justice (1862-1877) and Senator from Illinois. The mansion has been a state museum since 1960. Set in a residential neighborhood on Bloomington's near-south-side, the three-story yellow brick mansion comprises 36 rooms in an Italianate villa style. The mansion's lot includes an 1872 wood house, a barn and stable, privies, a foaling shed, carriage barn, and a flower and ornamental cutting garden. "Sarah's Garden", the Victorian cut flower garden, with original heirloom roses and perennials began restoration in 2001 and is near completion.
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