Friday, March 4, 2011

Greyfield Inn Brochures

  Located two miles north of Dungeness, Greyfield was built by Oliver and Margaret Carnegie Ricketson in 1900 on a tract of land that previously was known as Grays Field or Spring Plantation. The Ricketson mansion was designed by the Pittsburgh architectural firm MacClure and Spahr. Designed in the vernacular style, the long three story frame house has double front galleries, brick end chimneys, and gabled window dormers.

  The Ricketson mansion is a privately owned inn operated by the heirs of Lucy Ferguson, daughter of Oliver and Margaret. A variety of buildings on the mansion grounds are mostly used for family residences and employee quarters. 
Check the link below for Greyield Inn's website.