The Living Room

Photograph by Mattie Edwards Hewitt

 

 

Eva's Bedroom

Photograph by Mattie Edwards Hewitt

 

 

Looking down the mile-long axial vista

 


A team of trained mechanics was employed to service the estate’s fleet of chauffeur-driven cars and 35 servants were said to have occupied the service wing of the mansion. A staff of groundskeepers trimmed the grounds of the then-325-acre property

 

An Aerial View of the Fountains & Formal Gardens

 


 
One hundred and fifty rooms measuring one million five hundred thousand cubic feet with 
one hundred thousand square feet of floor space

 

Looking towards the West Tea Room & Eva's Roof Garden-Terrace

 


The subterranean floors housed a bakery and a carpenters shop as well as a wine cellar shielded by three doors which was kept well stocked during prohibition.

 

The Court of Whitemarsh Hall

 


The subterranean floors housed a bakery and a carpenters shop as well as a wine cellar shielded by three doors which was kept well stocked during prohibition.

 
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