Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Charles A. O'Donohue Residence

The Charles A. O'Donohue residence designed by H. Craig Severance of Severance & Schumm c. 1917 in Huntington Bay, as seen in winter. Click HERE for more on the Charles A. O'Donohue residence and click HERE to see the residence on google earth.


The Down East Dilettante said...

What? This isn't from lost plans by Stanford White? It must be the only one on long island!

The Ancient said...

Maybe White did the swing.

Anonymous said...

DED,you're right: this one's by Frank Lloyd Wright! That's the realtor claim of most of the upscale houses in the Chicago area, where I live.

HalfPuddingHalfSauce said...

Follow-up links to yesterdays comments -

Play your own trivia game by matching the names listed to the estates that the company constructed -

Playhouse for Oak Point -

The Super's House still stands -

Shoremond -

Turner Pack Rats said...

gritting my teeth as i say this but i like this place. not huge but porch and railings really are well balanced and look good on this house - ditto the dormers. really an inspiration for what you can get done when you've been dead for a few years.
East Egg Realty has a nice stanford white for 21 mill that was built only 9 years after white died. another inspiration. oh well, if i got everything done i need to do, i'd have to work for a few years after i die too.

security word def - "minap" -software for those new nano phones.