This Italian Renaissance manor was built in 1912 to be used as a summer residence for the Dooley family. Over 300 artisans worked to piece together Georgian marble, Tiffany windows, and gold plumbing fixtures. Built as a token of love to James Dooley's wife, this venue is a popular spot for weddings. Tours are available too but reservations must be made in advance. If you want to simply drive by, you can easily see and take photos of the estate from the road.