Long Hill and Sedgwick Gardens
572 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915
In 1916, this 114-acre hillside property attracted Atlantic Monthly editor and publisher, Ellery Sedgwick, and his wife for its lovely views of the rural North Shore. But Mabel Cabot Sedgwick, an accomplished gardener and horticulturist, had more ambitious and aesthetic ideas.
As the couple formulated plans for the elegant Federal-style home that would become their summer retreat, Mabel Sedgwick also set about designing gardens and landscape amenities that are renowned a century later.
The Cabot Theatre
Wylie Inn and Conference Center
North Shore Music Theatre
Gentile Brewing Company
Montserrat College of Art
Lynch Park Beach
Misselwood at Endicott College
Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce
Beverly’s Hospital Point Light Station (1872)