Manhattan(s) in Winchester, April 14

Please join Preservation of Historic Winchester for Manhattan(s) in Winchester Saturday, April 14, 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. Peter Bullough, President of the Board of Trustees, Glass-Glen Burnie Foundation. Dr. Bullough, formerly of Manhattan, will graciously open his homes and gardens at 120 and 122 West Cork Street for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres to benefit PHW.

Space is limited, so only the first 60 paid reservations can be accommodated. Don’t delay – this is an opportunity not likely to be repeated. RSVP by mail or at (540 ) 667-3577 or buy your tickets online via Paypal. Admission is $50 per person.

Thanks to our sponsor Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C. for making this event possible!

120 and 122 West Cork Street
Behind the perfectly restored exterior of an Italianate-style residence, Dr. Bullough has created a magical space unlike any you have likely seen. Recently renovated by Reader & Swartz Architects, the project has been featured in several books and magazines, including 21st Century Homes and Library Design and received design awards from the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects. Barrel vaulted ceilings, two libraries (one “hidden”) filled with rare first editions, trompe l’oeil features and original art sculptures and paintings are truly a sight to behold. A second floor balcony off of the main salon looks down into a beautifully landscaped and meticulously manicured Japanese garden and a formal English garden. The garden provides a connection to a second Bullough residence at 122 West Cork Street, which will also be open for the evening.

Suggested parking map for Manhattan(s) in 
Winchester - click to enlarge.
Suggested parking map for Manhattan(s) in Winchester – click image to enlarge.

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