An angled view looking toward Cohen House across its associated garden. In the foreground is a paved walkway consisting of two concentric circles with a straight sidewalk bisecting them. The spaces inside the two circles are filled with dirt and some very young shrubs. The concentric walkways are enclosed by hedges, with conical hedges on either side of the entrance opening. Behind the garden is Cohen House, a large, L-shaped building with a tiled roof. A patio is visible in the crook of the L. There is a series of three archways along the righthand wing of the building. More trees are visible to the side and behind Cohen House. Photographed by Frank Brevoort. Original image is a black and white photograph.
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