Half Pudding Half Sauce: 05/01/2017
In the rolling farm country, so characteristic of the outskirts of Philadelphia, stands the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Paul, a testimonial to the merging of pasture lands and formal gardens, nation residing and paneled English rooms. Situated at Radnor, about twelve miles from Philadelphia, Field Hill’s one hundred and twenty-5 acres are a part of an intensive property, some of which land initially belonged to Mr. Paul’s household.
White picket entrance gates swing invitingly between stucco posts coated stone islamd with roses.
From the entrance itself, guarded by a pair of cream-colored stucco gates, crowned by white woodwork, and covered with pink roses, the driveway is edged by broad paths of nicely-mowed lawn.