This beautiful Tudor revival style mansion was built for William Robertson Coe, an insurance and railroad executive, and his wife Mary “Mai” Huttleston Rogers Coe.
It was constructed between 1918 and 1921 in the Tudor Revival style and faced in Indiana limestone. It was designed by the firm of Walker & Gillette.
It is the second mansion to sit on this site, the first one burnt down in 1918.
It now serves as a NY State park and arboretum. The grounds are
Strolling on these grounds, one gets a sense of what it must have been like to live there.
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