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The walled garden, commissioned by Sarah Gardiner and built in the 1930’s is enclosed by a red brick wall constructed by Italian masons. Archival photos show a grid plan used within the walls that showcased roses, a vegetable garden and long peony runs. There is also a garden house, cold frames and statuaries. The highlight of the garden is a peacock fountain sculpted by Mary Aldrich Fraser, whose father Spencer Aldrich was a prominent and active Bay Shore resident.

The gardens, long neglected, are currently being restored. Be a part of our long term restoration efforts by joining Friends of the Manor Gardens.

Join Friends of the Manor Gardens
For more information e-mail, sagtikosfmg@verizon.net