Located in North Andover, Stevens-Coolidge Place is a 90-acre property featuring a garden and magnificent historic home that is open to the public, features various programs, and several volunteer opportunities. Whether you are looking for a place to spend the day outside with your family or a gorgeous backdrop for an intimate wedding, Stevens-Coolidge Place welcomes you with open arms.
About Stevens Coolidge Estate
The Stevens family acquired what was originally known as Ashdale Farm in 1729 and farmed the land for generations to come. After Helen Stevens married her husband John Gardner Coolidge, the couple began transforming the farm into an agricultural estate. In 1918, the property began seeing the transformations that are still enjoyed by visitors today.
After the death of Helen Stevens Coolidge in 1962, the property was gifted to The Trustees of Reservations for the public to enjoy and was renamed The Stevens-Coolidge Estate in honor of Helen and her husband.