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Coindre Hall, Huntington NY

Coindre Hall

Coindre Hall

Coindre Hall is a Medieval French Chateau style mansion that was built between 1906-1911 for George McKesson Brown. Mr. Brown lost his fortune and this mansion in the stock market crash of 1929. Subsequently, it became a school run by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart (1939-1971) and was briefly known as the Eagle Hill School in the 1970’s. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Suffolk County Park.

Detail - Front Roof line

Detail - Front Roof line

Detail - Front Tower

Detail - Front Tower

Looking up one of the Front Towers

Looking up one of the Front Towers

Porte Cochere

Porte Cochere

Back Lawn - Looking towards Huntington Harbor

Back Lawn - Looking towards Huntington Harbor

Back View - Coindre Hall

Back View - Coindre Hall

Detail - Rear View Roof Line

Detail - Rear View Roof Line

Copper Beech Tree

Copper Beech Tree

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