This is the lane leading to the front door of Bassett Hall, John D. Rockefeller's home in Williamsburg. Rockefeller was amazingly wealthy and poured millions of dollars into the restoration of Virginia's colonial capitol, now known as "Colonial Williamsburg." When we last toured the facility we learned that at the time, this was the only home the Rockefeller's owned with fewer than 100 rooms.
Click here to see the floor plan and interior photos. Unlike the other structures in Colonial Williamsburg which are restored to colonial times, this is decorated as it was in the 1930's and 1940's when Abby and John Rockefeller were in residence.