Coindre Hall, Huntington Station

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#257 of 454 in Things to do in Long Island
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Coindre Hall, originally called West Neck Farm, is a 40-room, 80,000-square-foot (7,400 m2) mansion in the style of a medieval French château constructed in 1912 for pharmaceutical magnate George McKesson Brown.

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  • I have come here many times to go to the dog park. But this past weekend I came for a wedding. I have to say the place is very nice and I like how they do one venue at a time. The staff was very...  more »
  • We were married at Coindre Hall over the summer and it was perfect. Our ceremony in front of the mansion gave guests a chance to enjoy the beautiful grounds before moving inside for the cocktail...  more »
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  • Attended a wedding here and it was just a beautiful location. Everything was top notch from the ceremony, reception and food! Feels cozy inside with the little rooms but the separation worked out really well.
  • Great place to let the dog hike or walk around. There is water on the north side of the property if you want to let your dog swim. Huge field for a picnic and trails throughout the property

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