Eastover (Manalapan, Florida)

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Eastover (Manalapan, Florida) is located in Florida
Eastover (Manalapan, Florida)
Eastover (Manalapan, Florida) is located in the United States
Eastover (Manalapan, Florida)
LocationManalapan, Florida  United States
Coordinates26°34′13″N 80°2′25″W / 26.57028°N 80.04028°W / 26.57028; -80.04028Coordinates: 26°34′13″N 80°2′25″W / 26.57028°N 80.04028°W / 26.57028; -80.04028
ArchitectMaurice Fatio
NRHP reference #02001694[1]
Added to NRHPDecember 23, 2002

Eastover is a historic site in Manalapan, Florida. It is located at 1100 South Ocean Boulevard. On December 23, 2002, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.


The property was built for Harold Stirling Vanderbilt and his wife, Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt, in 1930. It was designed by Swiss architect Maurice Fatio.[2][3]

It is currently a private, single-family residence. A portion of the home has been demolished and the land has been subdivided. The home had approximately 500 feet (150 m) of ocean and intracoastal frontage, but now it has been reduced to 350 feet (110 m). The estate has more than 3.75 acres (15,200 m2) of direct oceanfront land (according to tax records). The estate also includes a detached guest house, built in the mid-1990s.


  1. ^ "National Register of Historical Places - FLORIDA (FL), Palm Beach". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2007-02-07.
  2. ^ Johnson 1991 p. 258.
  3. ^ Treanor 1932.
  • Johnson, Shirley. Palm Beach Houses. New York: Rizzoli, 1991. ISBN 0-8478-1313-4.
  • Treanor & Fatio. Recent Florida Work by Treanor & Fatio Architects. Palm Beach: Davies Publishing Co., 1932.

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