Charming Gothic-revival cottage built in 1841 by Richard Upjohn as a summer residence for George Noble Jones of Savannah, Georgia. House features the celebrated McKim, Mead, and White dining room, added in 1881, with Tiffany glass wall and cork ceiling. Exhibits, fine 18th and 19th century American furnishings and Chinese export paintings and porcelains.
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