The ambiance of Greystone (“Mansion’s History Rich and Tragic,” Aug. 25) is one of charm and gracious living, reminiscent of another time, another place.
Why not convert it into a cultural center for all the arts? For example, musical and artistic events with an extra special library as a resource for these activities?
Such a center would be an oasis for so many of us who feel the need for such a center. Greystone is beautifully situated, high atop the Hills of Beverly, and I felt transported to another realm rich in cultural and intellectual pursuits whenever I visited it. As a starter, I’d be glad to contribute some treasures from my personal library.