Robert Halle, D.M.D. 33 E Carver St, Huntington, NY11743 Dr. Robert Halle is a Huntington-based dental professional specializing in family, preventative and cosmetic dentistry.…More For more information about the services offered, visit Dr. Halle's Web site.
Splashes of Hope is a non-for profit organization which designs and paints murals for hospitals. These murals help to…More uplift the spirit of patients, many of them children and veterans, who stay at these hospitals. The organization was started in 1996 and its offices are based out of Coindre Hall/West Neck Farm.
An interesting side note is that Splashes of Hope works with the Suffolk Country Park system to offer free tours of Coindre Hall on the grounds of West Neck Farm, in exchange for use of the office and administrative space within Coindre Hall. Additionally, it brings art to many county events throughout the year.
Town of Huntington - Town Hall 100 Main St, Huntington, NY11743 Town Hall is located at 100 Main Street, between Park Avenue and New York Avenue (Route 110). From the east and west,…More take the Long Island Expressway to Exit 51. Take Deer Park Avenue north, pass under the Northern State Parkway and bear left onto Park Avenue. Proceed north on Park Avenue until Main Street (Route 25A). Take a left on Route 25A. Town Hall will be on the left (across the street from the large, white Presbyterian Church). Parking is in the rear.
The Suffolk County park located at 101 Browns Road is known as West Neck Farm and Coindre Hall. The Coindre Hall Park…More portion of this park is more than 30 acres in size. The mansion on the property was originally built by George McKesson Brown, a pharmaceutical magnate. The property was deeded to Suffolk County in 1973. In 1989, the mansion was the added to the National Register of Historic Places. That same year it was also dedicated to the Suffolk County Historic Trust.
Weddings and other events can be held at Coindre Hall. Splashes of Hope, which is a nonprofit organization of artists, offers free guided tours of the estate during the summer. If interested in a tour, please contact Heather Bugee at (631) 424-8230.
Coindre Hall Park is a 33-acre park and 80,000 square foot mansion overlooking Huntington Harbor. Built for…More pharmaceutical giant George McKesson Brown in 1912, this mansion represents the height of the Gold Coast era with its medieval turrets and sweeping views of the harbor.
Suffolk County acquired the estate in 1973. In 1989, this example of French chateau architecture was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and dedicated to the Suffolk County Historic Trust.