Beleden Gardener’s Cottage (1910)

January 20th, 2018 Posted in Bristol, Houses, Tudor Revival

Partially hidden behind trees at 76 Bellevue in Bristol is a house erected in 1910 as the gardener’s cottage for William Sessions’ Beleden estate. It was built by Lemuel Stewart. The cottage was later the home of Charles Treadway, treasurer of New Deparure Manufacturing Company. He would later become president of the Bristol National Bank and was chairman of the committee that erected Bristol Hospital in response to the influenza epidemic of 1918.

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