Arlough Mansion

Arlough Mansion


Old Westbury, New York (NY), US
The 14,021 sq.ft. mansion, known as "Arlough", was built around 1916 for Robert Low Bacon, a banker and member of the United States Congress from 1923-1938. He built "Arlough" on a piece of his father Robert Bacon's estate "Old Acres" which sat next door. His father was a United States Secretary of State and Ambassador to France.
The 14,021 sq.ft. mansion, known as "Arlough", was built around 1916 for Robert Low Bacon, a banker and member of the United States Congress from 1923-1938. He built "Arlough" on a piece of his father Robert Bacon's estate "Old Acres" which sat next door. His father was a United States Secretary of State and Ambassador to France.
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Links: www.oldlongisland.com
By: Xeba73

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