List of Town of Oyster Bay Landmarks
"Town of Oyster Bay Landmark" is a designation of the Town of Oyster Bay for buildings and other sites in the Town of Oyster Bay, New York. Listed sites are selected after meeting a combination of criteria, including historical, economic, architectural, artistic, cultural, and social values. Once a site is designated as a landmark, it is subject to the Town of Oyster Bay Landmarks Ordinance, which requires that any alterations beyond routine maintenance, up to and including demolition, must have their permit reviewed by the Landmarks Commission. Many Town of Oyster Bay Landmarks also are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, providing federal tax support for preservation.
Below is a list of the 40 current landmarks in the Town of Oyster Bay. Dates of landmark designation and street addresses are as given by the town's register of landmarks.
|Landmark name||Image||Date designated||Location||City or Town||Summary|
|1||Schenck-Mann House||May 11, 1976||222 Convent Rd.||Syosset|
|2||Albertson-Meyer House||May 11, 1976||153 E. Main St.||Oyster Bay|
|3||Mill Pond House||May 11, 1976||1065 W. Shore Dr.||Oyster Bay|
|4||Weeks Wilson House||May 11, 1976||53 East Main St.||Oyster Bay|
|5||William Wright House||May 11, 1976||104 West Main St.||Oyster Bay|
|6||Raynham Hall||May 11, 1976||20 West Main Street
|7||Earle-Wightman House||May 11, 1976||20 Summit St.
|8||Old Grace Church||May 11, 1976||4750 Merrick Rd.||Massapequa||May be part of the NRHP-listed Grace Church Complex|
|9||Adam-Derby House||February 6, 1979||34 Derby Court||Oyster Bay|
|10||Minor House||October 9, 1979||78 Harbor Road||Oyster Bay|
|11||Serpe House||October 9, 1979||69 Cedar Shore Dr.||Massapequa|
|12||White Spots||October 9, 1979||193 Buckram Rd.||Locust Valley|
|13||Richard Davis Store||October 7, 1980||7 Oyster Bay Rd.||Locust Valley|
|14||A. Birmingham/Wilbury||April 28, 1982||143 Berry Hill Rd.||Syosset|
|15||Cock-Valentine House||April 28, 1982||173 Buckram Rd.||Locust Valley|
|16||Craft Mansion||April 28, 1982||18 Central Drive||Glen Head|
|17||Horton House||April 26, 1983||72 Horton Place||Syosset|
|18||70 East Main Street||April 26, 1983||70 East Main Street||Oyster Bay|
|19||107 Eden Avenue||April 26, 1983||107 Eden Ave.||Massapequa Park|
|20||Crickett Cottage||September 11, 1984||65 Sandy Hill Road||Oyster Bay|
|21||Moore's Building||November 26, 1985||5 East Main Street
|22||Snouder's Drug Store||March 10, 1987||108 South Street
|23||Matinecock Lodge||March 10, 1987||14 West Main Street||Oyster Bay||Destroyed by fire. Recommended for de-listing.|
|24||The Printery||March 10, 1987||43 West Main Street
|25||Visiting Nurse Association||May 5, 1987||193 South Street||Oyster Bay|
|26||St. Gregory Nyssa Church||May 5, 1987||1100 Hicksville Rd.||Massapequa|
|27||33 West Main Street||May 25, 1987||33 West Main Street||Oyster Bay|
|28||Grace Church (Floyd Jones Servent Cottage)||February 23, 1988||4750 Merrick Rd.||Massapequa||May be part of the NRHP-listed Grace Church Complex|
|29||Hawxhurst House||October 25, 1988||89 Oyster Bay Rd.||Locust Valley|
|30||Jos. Weekes Jr. House||October 25, 1988||Buckram Rd.||Locust Valley|
|31||Will Rodgers House||February 6, 1990||425 Clocks Blvd.||Massapequa|
|32||Maria Powell House||January 19, 1993||12 Prospect Street||Oyster Bay|
|33||John M. Sammis House||January 18, 1994||30 White Street||Oyster Bay|
|34||Old Methodist Church||January 20, 1998||8025 Jericho Tpke||Woodbury|
|35||Old Methodist Graveyard||January 20, 1998||8025 Jericho Tpke||Woodbury|
|36||Oyster Bay Long Island Rail Road Station||March 2, 1999||Railroad Ave.
|37||Oyster Bay Long Island Rail Road Turntable||March 2, 1999||Railroad Ave.
|38||Floyd Jones Library - Massapequa||December 14, 1999||Massapequa|
|39||Ketchum/Underhill Farm House and Barn||June 12, 2001||555 Jericho Tpke.||Jericho|
|40||Seely-Wright House (The Country Lady)||August 7, 2001||29 West Main St.
|∞||Oyster Bay town landmark|
|*||Also listed on National Register of Historic Places|
- Oyster Bay History Walk
- New York State Historic Markers, Nassau County, Town of Oyster Bay
- National Register of Historic Places listings in Nassau County, New York