'Red Maples', the estate of Alfred William Hoyt designed by Hiss & Weekes c. 1908 in Southampton with landscaping by Ferruccio Vitale. Alfred and his father were members of the banking firm A.M. Hoyt & Company. In the middle of construction A.W. Hoyt died and his mother and sister (both named Rosina) completed the house. The Hoyts occupied the estate until the elder Rosina's death in 1922 and the house was eventually rented to Marjorie Merriweather Post and her husband at the time E.F. Hutton. From there it went through a number of subsequent owners including one who gave it an Art Deco renovation. The house was demolished in the late 1940s (but stood at Halsey Neck Lane and Ox Pasture Road). Click below to see where 'Red Maples' stood in a 1954 aerial shot before the surrounding area was developed.