In 1855 Dr. Pliny Cutter built a three story gothic revival mansion on a site just north of where the Italian garden house (also known as the Teahouse) now stands. Cuter also built two large barns and a carriage house that still serve as office and garage
Places You Should Consider
Get to know Childs Park
Landscaped park, open seasonally, featuring manicured lawns, formal flower gardens & natural ponds.
On October 8, 1915, Charles Childs, vice president of an Easthampton textile company, and his wife Annie purchased the first 20 acres of Wildwood, and within three years they had purchased the entire 40 acres.
For the next 32 years, the Childses indulged their love of horticulture and developed the park extensively. Charles Childs died in 1932
Childs Park Photos
Add to My Connections