United States of America, Maryland, Howard County, Elkridge
It was designed as a cathedral garden in 1901 by Mrs. Murray with every detail included. The estate was about 80 acres and is located on the crest of Lawyers hill in Relay. Mr. Addison Worthington is the architect of the second house which burned in 1935. The Russian Orthadox Church bought the property and were forced to move their cemetery because of building the new airport for Baltimore City. White dogwoods lined the "Aisles". They were red in fall & looked like stained glass windows.