'Edgewater', the George H. Holt residence built c. 1898 in Great Neck pictured under the subsequent ownership of Gilbert Motier Plympton who purchased the home in 1903 and renamed it 'Wyndtryst'. Plympton began his career as a lawyer and was a member of the banking firm of Plympton, Gardiner & Co. 'Wyndtryst', which abutted the Sound, was robbed by "pirates" according to a 1907 NYTimes article that says they made off with $2,500 in silverware. Plympton would go on to sell the house to Sherwood Aldrich, president of the Ray Consolidated Copper Company, in 1916. Aldrich was building a new house by Walker & Gillette next door and bought the Plympton property to incorporate into his. 'Wyndtryst' has since been demolished.