Once the home of William McCrillis, an assistant to the Secretary of the Interior during three administrations, this home and gardens was bequeathed to the state before his death in 1978. Now managed by the county, the five-acre garden boasts a wealth of azaleas, rhododendrons and perennials, which bloom spectacularly in the spring. The house itself now functions as a gallery and exhibits the work of artists throughout the area.
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