The Landward House is a brick Italianate mansion with a limestone facade and projected entrance. There are 22 rooms and six bathrooms in this three-story building. Dr. Stuart Robinson used the mansion as his office. The garden was created by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. in 1929. The tertiary garden features a vegetable garden, a labyrinth garden, and an informal side garden. A landscape-architecture firm uses its carriage house for its office. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 20, 1973.