Saint Josaphat's Monastery (John Aldred's House)

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By borlefborlef @ 2010-11-14 12:22:07
Built for John Aldred{public-utilities magnate} c.1913-1918 dark grey fieldstone Tudor by Bertram Goodhue{Fort Hill}. Landscaping by Olmsted on 117 acres. 74-rooms with 2 gatehouses, stable and farm complex. Along with neighbor William Guthrie{Meudon} Aldred purchased and then razed half of Lattington "to get the view we wanted"! Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, is now Saint Josaphat's Monastery.
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