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The early 1900’s estate of Howard Gould then the Guggenheim family is a beautifully preserved enclave that takes you back in time. We toured the Falaise, Harry Guggenheim’s French style manor for his wife Caroline Morton. The interior is true to how the family left...More
We visited the preserve for a morning hike. Beautiful grounds containing Castle Gould, modeled after Kilkenny Castle in Ireland and Hempstead House, the residence. Both were built at the turn of the century. Hempstead house was closed but we returned that evening for a piano...More
The Sands Point Preserve has become our second home. We live in Port Washington and we love spending time there. A team of naturalists and foragers are now offering fun and educational walks every second Sunday afternoon of the month. Pretty cool!
Step back in time to the Gold Coast Era. Imagine as you enter the property that you are attending a party. Areas of tall trees and lush undergrowth lead to an open field for parking. Behind you will be a huge castle-like building that was...More
This is the true hidden gem. You can get there via LICC - just get off at Port Washington and take an uber for ~$8. The ground was breathtaking. There weren't many people, except for a few walking their dogs. It's such a refreshing getaway...More
I've been going to the Sands Point Preserve since I moved to the area 5 years ago and I absolutely adore . Every time I visit , either with my sons (ages 11 and 8) or alone I discover something new to love here.
The Sands Point Preserve is a very nice nature park with trails, cliffs, beaches and great views. This is a place to free your mind from the hustle of city life and embrace the beauty of mother nature. The first iconic structure upon your visit...More