If you enjoy landscaping – or if you just appreciate natural beauty – don’t miss an opportunity to view one of the most remarkable private gardens in the region.
Located at 37 Rolling Way in New Rochelle, the garden fills a ravine that once formed a portion of the old Boston-Westchester rail line. Owners Louise Edeiken and Eliot Goldfinger have transformed the unusual topography of the site into something really special.
The tour is this Sunday, June 29th, from 10am to 4pm, and costs $5. Here’s more information from the Garden Conservancy, which is sponsoring the tour.