Coindre Hall

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By mlc1us @ 2009-10-26 08:38:03
40 room, 80,000-square-foot (7,400 m2) mansion in the style of a medieval French chateau constructed in 1912 for pharmaceutical magnate George McKesson Brown.

Since 1973 Coindre Hall Park has been administered by the Suffolk County Department of Parks, Recreation & Conservation. On September 26, 1985 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places[2] and dedicated to the Suffolk County Historic Trust. It is often used for hosting weddings.
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