Dobbs Ferry, New York
For the County of Westchester, historical research and a Historic Structure Report including mechanical and structural analyses and recommendations for stabilization, conservation and continuing maintenance of Ingleside in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Overlooking the Hudson River, it was built in 1854 by Edwin B. Strange, a silk importer. Ingleside was designed in a Gothic Revival style by Alexander Jackson Davis, the pre-eminent American architect of picturesque villas with Gothic revival detailing.
Images courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art & Columbia University.