The house next to the Japanese gardens on Washington Ave was built by Arthur Hill’s nephew Walter Hill. The house was constructed in 1912 with an addition added in 1929. The Frank McKinley family lived in the home from 1938 until the mid-1970’s. The architecture firm Wigen, Tinknell, Meyer & Associates remodeled the house for use as office space in 1984. St Mary’s purchased the home in 2003 and named it Seton Cove, named in honor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American–born saint and foundress of the Daughters of Charity in the United States. Seton Cove Spirituality Center serves as an interfaith center for spiritual formation and renewal, with a focus on spirituality in the workplace
Thank you to St. Mary’s for the info on the history of this beautiful mansion.
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