The home of John Teele Pratt Sr., built between 1909 and 1915 by Charles Platt. He was another son of Charles Pratt of Standard Oil, who lived around the corner from his other brothers and family. The house served as the summer White House for Herbert Hoover. Today the house is operated as a conference center and hotel.
The home of John Teele Pratt Jr., built in 1934 by William Platt.
The front gate of Killenworth, the home of George DuPont Pratt Sr. Built in 1913 by Towbridge and Ackerman, with Olmsted landscaping. The original Killenworth, built in 1897, was demolished in 1912 with the second Killenworth being built on the same spot as the first. Today the estate is owned by the Russian delegation to the United Nations. Below is an old picture of the house.
"Pratt Oval Clocktower"
In the center of all the Pratt estates was the Pratt Oval, an administration complex designed to operate and administrate all the estates. In the center was the casino/sports complex, in which the clock tower formed the center. Today the entire complex is gone, save the clock tower that is in use as a pool house for the home whos property it sits on.
"Pratt Family Mausoleum"
There were so many Pratts in Glen Cove, they designed a cemetery for themselves in one corner of their property. Also known as Pratt Cemetery, behind these gates and up a winding driveway stands a pink granite romanesque mausoleum designed by William Tubby. There is a crypt and a tower connected by a "bridge of sighs". The family patriarch, Charles Pratt, is interred in a sarcophagus here, along with 7 of his 8 children, and many of his grandchildren.