The Shirley-Eustis House may no longer comprise the original 33 acres of land, but the existing orchards and grounds provide a serene retreat from the neighboring urban Roxbury landscape. Caroline "Madam" Eustis was known for her horticultural interests and beautiful orchards surrounding Shirley Place, a tradition we are proud to continue. Our beautifully landscaped grounds capture a glimpse of Roxbury's rural past and is enjoyed by both local neighbors and visitors from afar. You are welcome to enjoy our grounds and be sure to stop by the house to learn more about the history of the Shirley-Eustis House!
Please visit our Rentals page if you are interested in using our grounds for a private event.