Busts of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington watch over the classical architecture of the Great Hall with its 24-foot high tray ceiling.
View of Drawing Room, with Boscobel gilt mirror, handsome mahogany desk and eight out of twenty hand-colored lithographs of St. Petersburg in 1820.
Looking from Drawing Room into Dining Room with West Indian Chippendale side chair and West Indian bench
A wide shot of Cane Garden’s Drawing Room.
View from Drawing Room out to Caribbean with Chippendale slab table in the foreground
Drawing Room with double-height tray ceiling, Danish classical armchairs and Heriz rug
Master Bedroom at Cane Garden with late-eighteenth century four-poster Newport, R.I. bed, found in St. Croix
Sheltered from the sun and rain by eight Doric columns on a high hill overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
Floor plan of Estate Cane Garden
Aerial shot of Cane Garden beside the Caribbean Sea.
Front façade of Cane Garden, with its prominent Doric columns proclaiming its classicism.
View of Cane Garden facing the Caribbean
Danish pier glass and console circa 1840 mahogany, gilt, glass The mirror is believed to be one of five that hung in the ballroom of Gov. Gen. Peter Von Scholten. In the pediment is the crest of Christian VIII, who ruled Denmark from 1839-1848.
Detail of Danish pier glass and console
Saint Petersburg, Russia (one of a series of 18) Anonymous, nineteenth century Hand-colored lithograph
Colonial West Indian tall-post bedsteads (pair of) 1870 mahogany
The finely carved leaf and shell motifs are typical of West Indian furniture.
Colonial West Indian Chippendale side chair (pair of) circa 1830-1840 mahogany
Danish classical armchair (pair of) circa 1840 mahogany
Portrait of Continental Unknown Gentleman circa 1765 oil on canvas
Portrait of Continental Unknown Lady circa 1765 oil on canvas
English Coalport Porcelain Dessert Service circa 1810 porcelain
Chippendale-style mahogany marble top "slab" table circa 1775 mahogany, marble This table was originally part of the furnishings in the Government House in Christiansted.
Porch overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
A view of the stone retaining wall to support the level garden surface. It could have also served as a defensive wall in earlier times.
The property at the home is comprised of over 200 acres of green fields and gardens, which grew sugar cane when functioning as a plantation.