Braemar, the house of Seymour Tullock

Braemar was one of the first houses built in Forest Glen Park. It may have been designed by T.F. Schneider, the architect of The Forest Inn hotel. It was patterned after an old English rectory.

Braemar was the summer home of Seymour Tullock and his family. Later, it was used by the school in connection with the Home Economics courses.

another view of Braemar

The house still stands at the corner of Forsythe and Wilton streets, about a block from the Seminary grounds. It is a private residence, and seems to be in good condition.

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