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Staten Island NY 10307

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Poillon House
(now known as the Olmsted-Beil House)

Poillon House - now known as the Olmsted-Beil House

4515 Hylan Blvd., ca. 1720
Designated February 28, 1967
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2020.

Early owners of the property include three generations of the Poillon family, one of the original Huguenot families that settled on Staten Island. Later, Frederick Law Olmsted, founder of American landscape architecture, used the property as a tree nursery, planting many unusual specimens on his farm. The house, originally a small one-room farmhouse, was remodeled twice, in 1837 and again in 1848 with additional rooms and a raised roofline.

NYC Landmarks Preservation Report