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The Endicott Estate was built in 1904 by Henry Bradford Endicott and is situated on more than 18-acres of rolling lawns surrounded by century-old elm, spruce, and weeping willow trees.  The graceful three-story, 25-room Colonial Revival mansion boasts 11 fireplaces and provides a charm and elegance rarely found today.

An architectural gem, the Endicott Estate has the distinction of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places and plays a vital role in the local community and beyond as a place for year-round recreation, corporate, social and educational events, cars shows, summer concerts, movie filming and much more.

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Board and Committee Work

The Director of the Endicott Estate works with the Endicott Estate Commission  to promote, protect and preserve the land and historic buildings on the Estate in an effort to remain a constant reminder of the rich heritage and historic grandeur of the Town of Dedham.

When to Contact us

Contact us for further information on the Endicott Estate or if you are interested in planning an event or function at the Estate. Tours of the mansion for private events are by appointment only.