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Quincy Endicott's mansion is found in the chapter "Mad Love". It is the dwelling for the millionaire Quincy Endicott.

Appearance

The sprawling mansion Endicott lives in was built in the Georgian architectural style (as observed by Wirt), which was popular in English-speaking countries between 1720 and 1830. Wirt noted that this was in contrast to Grey's home, which was built in more of a French rococo (or "Late Baroque") style, also popular in the early 18th century. Endicott's dress and manner suggest an upper-class Englishman from this era.

The many hallways of this mansion are decorated with paintings and have no lighting. This is because of the lack of light, so Endicott has to carry a candle in order to navigate through his house.

History

The Mansion is full of expensive decorative objects and paintings and it is considered to be a labyrinth. The Mansion was built at random to be as wealthy as possible. The mansion was so large that it connected to Quincy's competitor, Marguerite Grey's mansion. At the end of the chapter, Fred leaves Wirt and Greg in this location because he got a job from Quincy.

Known Rooms inside Quincy's Mansion

  • Dining room
  • Parlor
  • Greenhouse
  • Master Bedroom
  • Glasshouse for Tea Fair (in Comics)

Residents

Trivia

Gallery

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References

[1] https://jasonfunderburker.tumblr.com/post/101911325127/forkfrenzy-some-backgrounds-i-painted-from

[2] https://csnyde.tumblr.com/post/101937881348/some-more-over-the-garden-wall-background

  1. Official Over the Garden Wall Tumblr: Background Art.
  2. Official Over the Garden Wall Background paintings from Episode | Chapter 5: "Mad Love".

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