Wereholme / Scully Estate 3
Wereholme is located in Islip, NY. It was one of the last large homes that the Architect, Grosvenor Atterbury, completed on Long Island in 1917.
Main Entrance Turret
The building is sometimes known as the Scully Estate or the Weeks Estate. It is now home to the Suffolk County Environmental Center and the Seatuck Environmental Association.
The property has recently undergone extensive renovations, but maintains most of it’s charm.
Inside rear turret
Including 3 turrets.
Sleeping porch turret
Leaded Glass Windows.
Window detail main entrance turret
And, a sweeping staircase.
Some garden restoration is being done as well.
Walled Garden from 2nd Floor Window
Take a visit, you won’t be disappointed!
For more photos of Wereholme, visit my Flickr site.
This beautiful house was built in 1896 by the noted architect, Grosvenor Atterbury for Arthur B. Clafin. The house also was known as the Tucker Mill Inn.
Tucker Mill Inn
For years it has served as the administration building for Southampton College, now SUNY Stony Brook at Southampton. The large antenna in the background is for a radio station.
Tucker Mill Inn from the Side
This view of the chimney and windows shows some signature details that Grosvenor Atterbury was known for.