2160 Linden Drive SE
Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, 52403
Brucemore, a park-like, 26-acre (110,000 m2) estate in the heart of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is the site of a Queen Anne-style mansion, formal gardens, a children's garden, night garden, pond, orchard, and woodland.
Built between 1884 and 1886 by Caroline Sinclair, widow of pioneer industrialist T.M. Sinclair, Brucemore has been home to three prominent families who used the estate as a center for culture and the arts. The name alludes to the Scottish moors of the second owner's ancestral home
The mansion has three stories, and contains twenty-one rooms. Distinctive features include a steeply gabled roof, five chimneys, and several turrets.
Brucemore is a hub of cultural, philanthropic, and educational activities, welcoming 40,000 people each year to a variety of events.
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