Castle Hill

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This 2,100-acre parcel of land was the 1926 summer residence of Richard Crane and his family. Noted for its wide expanse of dark green meadows, white marble sculptures, and Italianesque fountains - all overlooking the sea - the estate is a glimpse into the opulent lives of the lucky few in the 1920s. Now open to the public, the mansion and grounds have been featured on the silver screen - most notably "The Witches of Eastwick" and "Flowers in the Attic."

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