Indian Neck Hall, Oakdale NY

Indian Neck Hall was built for “Commodore” Frederick Gilbert Bourne.  Commodore Bourne hired architect Ernest Flagg to create this country estate and the Olmstead Brothers to design the landscape of more than 1000 acres. Built between 1897–1900 and then again between 1907–1908, the Federal Revival style mansion had 110 rooms when it was completed.  In the past, it was also known as the La Salle Military Academy, today it is the Oakdale Campus of Saint John’s University.

Indian Neck Hall

Indian Neck Hall

Looking Towards the Tower

Looking Towards the Tower

Detail View - Front Gates

Detail View - Front Gates

Please visit my other Website  for more information and photos of
Indian Neck Hall on the South Shore History Site.  You can also visit my Flickr site.

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