Matinecock, New York
Completed in 1919, for Junius Spencer Morgan III (1892-1960) and his wife, Louise Converse (1895-1974). Designed by Roger H. Bullard, their Tudor-Revival home was a wedding present from the groom's father who was delighted to see that Louise had made his son, "absolutely the most satisfied and contented person I ever saw". The house stood on an estate of 30-acres in Locust Valley near the corner of Duck Pond and Piping Rock Roads. They lived here for ten years, during which time the estate shrank to 18-acres, before selling up to build Salutation on West Island that would be their home for the next thirty years. Apple Trees remains a private home.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 13/12/2021 and last updated on 13/12/2021.
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