My family visited this place in early August. The estate is tucked away in the woods. We paid $8 for our car, and paid about $15 for four adults and one child to enter the mansion. Thanks to Gene, a kind and knowledgeable gentleman, the tour became more interesting and informative. The mansion was built after the end of WWI, because the old house was burned down. Coe, who spent his childhood in Britain, and made a fortune in America, purchased many things from war-ravaged Europe. I left with a deep impression that America replaced Europe as the center of the world. After the tour, we walked through a rather big greenhouse, and missed the chance to visit the manor house, which displayed the railroad business of the family. Among different kinds of trees, I was impressed by a dogwood, which is blossoming, and a beech tree, whose trunk is so thick and layered that resembled a banyan tree. The impressive mansion, the beautiful woods, and fresh air make it worthwhile to spend half a day here.
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