Mackay Estate Dairyman's Cottage

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Mackay Estate Dairyman's Cottage
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Mackay Estate Dairyman's Cottage is located in New York
Mackay Estate Dairyman's Cottage
Location 40 Elm Dr., East Hills, New York
Coordinates 40°48′2″N 73°37′32″W / 40.80056°N 73.62556°W / 40.80056; -73.62556Coordinates: 40°48′2″N 73°37′32″W / 40.80056°N 73.62556°W / 40.80056; -73.62556
Area 1.3 acres (0.53 ha)
Architect Warren & Wetmore
Architectural style Eclectic w/ Japanese Detail
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 91000238[1]
Added to NRHP March 14, 1991

Mackay Estate Dairyman's Cottage is a historic home located at East Hills in Nassau County, New York, USA, designed about 1902 by noted architects Warren and Wetmore in an eclectic style. It is a 2 12-story frame house with a brick first floor set on a rubble base. It features a steep flaring roof, small dormers with steep roofs, deep projecting eaves, and rows of rectangular windows with flat brackets, giving it a strong Japanese feel. The house was originally a component of Clarence Mackay's Harbor Hill Estate.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.[1] It is one of three remaining buildings listed at that time; the others are the Mackay Estate Gate Lodge and Mackay Estate Water Tower.

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