The Codman Estate is an outstanding example of a country estate laid out in the English manner. The house is sited on a knoll with a commanding view. The park-like setting includes a ha-ha wall, specimen trees, and plantings. An Italianate garden, hidden in a dell behind the house, dates from the turn of the century.
The Codman House (also known as The Grange) is a historic house set on a 16-acre (6.5 ha) estate at 36 Codman Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts. Thanks to a gift by Dorothy Codman, it has been owned by Historic New England since 1969 and is open to the public June 1–October 15 on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.
The Codman House is open on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, June through October, for guided tours. Special group tours of the house and garden may be arranged by appointment. Weddings and other special events are held in the Codman carriage house and gardens.
Experience the Codman House from the servants’ point of view. Learn about the employees who lived and worked on the grounds and in the house making life on the estate possible. Parlor maids, chambermaids, cooks, nannies, caretakers, and chauffeurs-meet specific individuals who served on the estate some for a season and others for as long as ...
We invite you to schedule a visit to the Codman Carriage House and Gardens and meet with one of our event team. Rental Rates, Capacity, and More Information. Location: 34 Codman Road, Lincoln, Mass. 01773. Rates: Monday through Friday: $1,400; Saturday: $3,800; Sunday: $2,100
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The Codman House is a historic house set on a 16-acre estate at 36 Codman Road, Lincoln, Massachusetts. Thanks to a gift by Dorothy Codman, it has been owned by Historic New England since 1969 and is open to the public June 1–October 15 on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.
Experience the Codman House from their point of view, from cellar to attic, visiting portions of the house not usually on view. Members tour free. Log in or Join now to have your discount applied at checkout. Know Before You Go: Historic New England is following all state, local, and CDC safety guidelines for Lincoln. Tour group size is limited.
The Col. Charles Codman Estate is a historic house on Bluff Point Drive in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Built in 1870, the house is a well-preserved example of a summer seaside resort house in Queen Anne/Shingle style. It was designed by Boston architect John Sturgis, and modified in the early 20th century, adding some Colonial Revival elements.