United States of America, New Jersey, Essex County, Montclair
Lodeb (Montclair, New Jersey)
This two-acre garden features a high brick wall designed by noted landscape architect Ethelbert E. Furlong that encloses half of the terrace. This wall has circular "windows" which are now covered by ivy. Behind the southeast wall is a grotto, somewhat overgrown, with dripping water on its rocks. A gazebo was also probably the work of Furlong. The front of the house, which has been enlarged from the original built in the 1880s, has privacy provided by old trees and shrubs.
Persons associated with the garden include: Ethelbert E. Furlong (landscape architect, 1930s?) and Mr. Huggins (former owner).
The folder includes a worksheet and an abbreviated garden plan.
Property has been featured in Architectural Digest, February 2001