The Woodpile

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The Woodpile
The Woodpile is located in New York
The Woodpile
Location Jct. of Croton Lake and Wood Rds., Bedford, New York
Coordinates 41°13′42″N 73°43′46″W / 41.22833°N 73.72944°W / 41.22833; -73.72944Coordinates: 41°13′42″N 73°43′46″W / 41.22833°N 73.72944°W / 41.22833; -73.72944
Area 122 acres (49 ha)
Built 1847
Architect Davis, A.J.; Hutton, Addison
Architectural style Second Empire, Italian Villa, Gothic Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference #

92000030

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Added to NRHP February 10, 1992

The Woodpile is a historic estate and national historic district located at Bedford, Westchester County, New York. The district contains 17 contributing buildings, four contributing sites, and nine contributing structures. The oldest residence, known as Brambleworth, is a stone Gothic Revival cottage designed by Andrew Jackson Downing (1815-1852) and completed in 1847. The middle residence, known as Evergreen Lawn, was built in 1856 and is in the Italian Villa style. The third residence, known as Braewold, was designed by noted architect Addison Hutton (1834–1916) and is a stone Second Empire style building built in 1870.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.[1]

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