Built for Frederic B. Pratt, one of numerous sons of Charles Pratt, who resided in Glen Cove with the rest of his brothers and sisters. Designed by Charles Pratt between 1917 and 1924, this home sits atop Poplar Hill and very close to his brother George’s house ‘Killenworth.’
The Pratt Family of Long Island, where they build palatial countryhouses
Pratt purchased large tracts of land in Glen Cove, Long Island, where his children built palatial mansions.
The Pratt Children and their Mansions in Glen Cove
Frederic B.Pratt (1865-1945), Poplar Hill – now owned by Glengariff Nursing Home.
Helen Pratt (1867-1949);
George Dupont Pratt (1869-1935), Killenworth – now the retreat for the Russian Delegation to the United Nations
Herbert L. Pratt (1871-1945), Welwyn – now Welwyn Preserve and The Holocaust Memorial and Education Center of Nassau County.
John Teele Pratt* (1873-1927), The Manor (opened 1910) – now Glen Cove Mansion Hotel and Conference Center
Harold I. Pratt (1877-1939), The Braes – now the Webb Institute of Naval