This Tudor Revival style English fieldstone manor house was built in the early 1930s for Edward B. Gallaher of the Clover Manufacturing Company. The Estate grounds and mansion were purchased by the city of Norwalk in 1965. Now known as Cranbury Park, the grounds are popular for dog owners and hiking enthusiasts. The mansion is now used for community meetings and weddings. Gill & Gill was retained to oversee several ambitious restoration projects including the complete replacement of the graduated slate roof with, the supervision of exterior landscape and masonry repair, selective repair of several interior spaces and a meticulously sculpted restoration of all chimneys to include modern techniques for prevention of moisture into the building.