36 Main St, Roslyn, NY, 11576

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The Roslyn Grist Mill is a rare surviving Dutch-framed watermill built between 1715 and 1741...

The Mackay Estate Gate Lodge in East Hills is architecturally significant as a representative...

From the early days of Hempstead Harbor until 1970, this house was used continuously as a...

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As described in the background information to the nearby Estella Seaman House (TG 1989-90), the...

The origins of the "A . Nostrand House," originally sited on the west side of the Roslyn-Montrose,...

By 1875 William Cullen Bryant had accumulated approximately 165 acres for his Cedarmere estate, a...

The history of this mid 18th century house is not a clear one. Francis Skillman, whose...

On the map of Roslyn in the 1873 Beers, Comstock & Cline Atlas of Long Island, a tiny structure can...

The Victorian revival styles consisted mainly of Greek, Gothic, Swiss, Italian and Egyptian...

This simplified Queen Anne Revival (see Introduction) house is believed to have been built by...

The story of the John F. Remsen House is really two stories—one story relates to the development of...

The Mackay Estate Gate Lodge in East Hills is architecturally significant as a representative...

The house at 9 Layton Street was moved to its present site along with others in the neighborhood...

The Victorian revival styles consisted mainly of Greek, Gothic, Swiss, Italian and Egyptian...

The early history of the site of the Jacob Kirby Tenant House is described in the chapter on the...

Photography and information regarding the Kirby Office is forthcoming.

The exact date of the Warren S. Wilkey house is a mystery although there are indications it was...

Henry Western Eastman was the most prominent of the local lawyers during the second half of the...

The Smith-Hegeman house and the James Sexton House were moved to their present Main Street...

In 1835, John Willis, who operated a grist mill in Hempstead Harbor (now Roslyn) and (according to...

Between 1773 and 1775, Wilson Williams, a cooper by trade, constructed the earliest part of this...

Henry Western Eastman was the most prominent of the local lawyers during the second half of the...

Comprehensive information about this home can be found in our Annual Tour Guides including the...

Among the largest estates ever amassed on Long Island was the enormous Renaissance –style mansion...

From the early days of Hempstead Harbor until 1970, this house was used continuously as a...

The Hendrickson-Ely-Brower House is shown on both the Walling (1859) and Beers-Comstock (1873) Maps...

Historic postcards reveal that this charming Carpenter Gothic cottage was one of a number of...

During the second quarter of the 19th century the Flushing-North Hempstead Toll Road Company was...

For many years it was assumed that the house at 1100 Old Northern Boulevard had been built in the...

The lot on which this house is situated was created in June of 1872 when Frederick M. Eastman and...

That part of Roslyn Village bounded by West Shore Road, Old Northern Boulevard, Mott Avenue and the...

The Roslyn Grist Mill is a rare surviving Dutch-framed watermill built between 1715 and 1741...

The Walling Map of 1859 shows the land at the northwest corner of Lincoln Avenue and what is now...

This house was built by George W. Denton in 1875. It is not shown on the Beers-Comstock Map, which...