150 Ocean Walk- “The Fire Island” House. I walked by this house in both it’s forms as a young day tripper. It represented everything about the Pines. Glamour,
The Octagon House 1966. 351 Sunburst Walk. Architect Earl Combs chose the octagon shape for his own home in the Pines because its geometric shape appealed to
Carnival Rio party at “Reflections.” The home of Gloria and Larry DeMann. 1986 Gloria DeMann and her husband Larry were know throughout the Pines for their lavish parties
Pines People- Scott Bromley In 1964, when architect Scott Bromley first visited the Pines, he was, in his own words, “just a green kid from Canada.” He’d recently graduated
1969. Jay Hyde Crawford home 266 Bay Walk. Architect Horace Gifford. Jay Hyde Crawford was a fashion Illustrator most famous for his design for department store Bonwit Teller. A
The TV house 1967. 142 Ocean Walk. Owners were Robert Miller (above) an art director & Edwin Wittstein a set designer, most notably for the Fantasticks. The original set designer,
The A Frame house 1965. Beginning it’s life as a simple modernistic A frame of the late 60’s its design seemed to fit right into it’s plot of land
2013. In planning the new Pavilion plans were being made for the entire properties. Designed by HWKN architects the plans called for a futuristic modern feeling. Not exactly a beach
The Belvedere history Est. 1957.
The Earl Combs designed/ Steve Ostrow/ Paul Bernstein home. Designed by architect Earl Combs for Steve Ostrow it truly presented itself as the castle on the ocean. Steve Ostrow
The Calvin Klein House 1972. 566-67 Driftwood Walk.
Lincoln Centre 1977. 557 Ocean Walk Sitting on a dune at the ocean at the western end of the Pines is the house known as Lincoln Centre. It was