Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society Sands-Willets House

336 Port Washington Blvd
Port Washington
Phone: 516-365-9074
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Eighteen out of eleven room in the Sands-Willets House, a part of the Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, are furnished and open for viewing to the public, the oldest room being the Colonial Kitchen which dates back to 1975 and is believed to haven been built by the Sands family. The Sands-Willet house is one of the last standing farmhouses of its kind, typical of the farmhouses built and owned by prosperous Long Island families in the 18th and 19th centuries. Behind the farmhouse stands a the notable barn which has been reconstructed using parts of other barns.

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