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    'Brightwaters', the William C. Atwater estate designed by Brite & Bacon c. 1904.

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    'The Hameau', the Henry Upham Harris estate designed by Roger Bullard c. 1930.

    'Williston House', the Judge Horace Russell estate designed by Bruce Price c. 1898.

    'Ballyshear', the Charles Blair Macdonald estate designed by F. Burrall Hoffman Jr. c. 1913.

    'Pelham Farm', the Henry A. Robbins estate built c. 1901.

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    Brookholt | O.H.P. Belmont [Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont] estate designed by Hunt & Hunt c. 1897. Demolished 1950s

    Old Long Island: Inisfada; The 87-room retreat house, named “Inisfada” after the Gaelic word for “Long Island,” was built for $2.3 million between 1916-1920 for industrialist Nicholas Brady and his wife Genevieve, who also had residences in Manhattan and Rome.

    George Rose estate, Old Westbury, New York

    Idle Hour | William K. Vanderbilt's summer residence on Long Island. 110 room mansion on the Connetquot River in Oakdale, New York. Now Dowling College.

    The Edmund S. Twining residence designed by William Adams c. 1910.

    'Dune Dee', the William C. Dickerman estate built c. 1900.

    'The Box', the William Curtis Gulliver estate designed by Grosvenor Atterbury c. 1900.

    Astor's Beechwood House original house built in 1851 but burned stand was restored by Astor in 1881

    Westbury House from the South Lawn in Westbury, Long Island, New York

    The Reginald Fincke Sr. estate designed by Peabody, Wilson & Brown c. 1924.