Live Music * Cocktails * Hors d’ oeuvres

Tours by Ferguson & Shamamian Architects

Date: Friday, June 28, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Address: Locust Valley, NY.  Parking instructions and directions will be provided when you purchase tickets.

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About Woodside

The house now known as Woodside was completed in 1929 for the publisher of the Brooklyn Daily Times and the Brooklyn Times-Union, Fremont C. Peck and his wife, Isabel Foster. It was conceived as an L-shaped French Chateau, incorporating bold naturalistic finishes, strong connectivity to the landscape, and an exuberant wrought-iron spiral staircase located within a tower adjacent to the main entrance. Benjamin Wistar Morris (initially with the firm of Carrère and Hastings) was the architect who also designed the Union League and Harmonie clubs in New York City as well as the interiors of the Queen Mary. The estate’s landscape was originally designed by Armistead Fitzhugh, author of Camouflage: Adaptation of Basic Principles of Landscape Architecture. In 2008, the firm of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects was hired to restore and adapt the house for modern living.

Photo courtesy of Kevin J. Wohlers, KJW Photography

FAQs

What are my parking options for the event?

There is no on-site parking at Woodside. Parking is off-site with shuttle service that will take you to and from the venue which is a two-minute ride from the parking area. For guests with mobility issues, please call Preservation Long Island before the event for more information.

What is the exact address of the venue?

The venue is a private home located off of Piping Rock Road in Locust Valley. There is no parking at the venue (see above).

Are these tickets tax-deductible?

Tickets are tax-deductible less $50 per person.

Can I purchase tickets by telephone?

Yes, by calling Preservation Long Island during business hours (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) at 631-692-4664.

Can I buy tickets at the door?

Yes, if there is still availability. Pay at door tickets are $200

How can I learn about Preservation Long Island Programs and Services?

Mission Statement

Preservation Long Island is a not-for-profit organization committed to working with Long Islanders to protect, preserve, and celebrate our cultural heritage through advocacy, education, and the stewardship of historic sites and collections.

 

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