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c. 1966 Farmhouse

150 Schoolhouse Rd
Long Island
East Islip, New York

Hollins House (Woodland Serenity)

"Hollins House" @ Hechscher State Park
EXT. View - Hollins House Front/West Side



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Resident Curator Cover Letter
Resident Curator Cover Letter
Proposals Due: AUG.05, 2015
MAP-
MAP-"Hollins House" @ Hecksher State Park
NOTE: Green areas are Heckscher State Park land. Starred within inset is aerial view of Hollins House Resident Curator property.
"Hollins House" @ Heckscher State Park
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Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 3
Half Baths 1
Stories 2

Features.

  • Kitchen
  • Wood floors
  • Slate Roof
  • Hand-hewn Beams
  • Breezeway
  • Certificate of Occupancy
  • Garage
  • Historic Features throughout
  • Private Driveway
  • Recent Renovations
  • State Park Property Benefits
  • Woodland Views with Pond

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Resident Curator - Hollins House @ Heckscher State Park



As Resident Curator, occupants invest in the rehabilitation/renovation and maintenance of properties as tenant in exchange for a long-term lease-details based on proposal and submission evaluation. In general, properties, considered for the Resident Curator Program require significant (at least $250,000) expected rehabilitation investment.

Built approximately 1966 using the structure of a centuries old barn as an architectural base, Hollins House was constructed of repurposed materials and timber. Custom-designed to suit Ms. Hollins’ preference, the residence has a combined kitchen and den open floor plan with kitchen cabinets made of barn siding with concealed hardware because in her words, “I hate a kitchen look.” The residence has approximately 3,200SF of interior space in a 2-story layout on approximately 1.5 acres.

Due to State Parks’s renovations – new heating system, window restoration, slate roof repair, kitchen cabinetry, and sanitary waste lines replacement – completed in 2013, the residence currently exceeds New York State occupancy code requirements. The Resident Curator(s) for this opportunity enter a move-in ready residence that’s open to renovation that respects the building’s original character and are approved by State Parks.


Archived in October, 2015

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