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Oheka changed hands several times, serving as a retreat for New York sanitation workers, and a government training school for Merchant Marine radio operators. In 1948, the Eastern Military Academy bought OHEKA, bulldozed the gardens, subdivided the rooms and painted over the walls. After the school went bankrupt 30 years later, OHEKA stood abandoned, except by vandals who set numerous fires over 5 years.

Oheka changed hands several times, serving as a retreat for New York sanitation workers, and a government training school for Merchant Marine radio operators. In 1948, the Eastern Military Academy bought OHEKA, bulldozed the gardens, subdivided the rooms and painted over the walls. After the school went bankrupt 30 years later, OHEKA stood abandoned, except by vandals who set numerous fires over 5 years.

Oheka Castle

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

Oheka Castle - Third Gatehouse | Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency).

Explore the history of OHEKA CASTLE and learn more about the estate and formal gardens, built in the for Otto Kahn and his family.

Autumn at Oheka Castle - Photo by Phillip Ennis

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

Oheka Castle - Courtyard View | Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency).

Explore the history of OHEKA CASTLE and learn more about the estate and formal gardens, built in the for Otto Kahn and his family.

Oheka Castle - Rear View | Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency).

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

Breathtaking grounds and lavish rooms at this stunning castle from 1914 make for a supremely romantic stay on Long Island.  The Destination You don't have to hop the pond to be enchanted by a majestic castle up...

Breathtaking grounds and lavish rooms at this stunning castle from 1914 make for a supremely romantic stay on Long Island. The Destination You don't have to hop the pond to be enchanted by a majestic castle up.

Autumn at Oheka Castle

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

Oheka Castle - Third Gatehouse | Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency).

Explore the history of OHEKA CASTLE and learn more about the estate and formal gardens, built in the for Otto Kahn and his family.

OHEKA prior to restoration

Garden facade of Oheka before restoration. Oheka in ruins. The former Otto H. Kahn mansion at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New .

View of Formal Gardens from Olmsted Suite | Oheka Castle | Photo by Brett Matthews Photography

View of Formal Gardens from Olmsted Suite

OHEKA CASTLE Gardens designed by Beatrix Ferrand #beatrixferrand #oheka #formalgardens

OHEKA CASTLE Gardens designed by Beatrix Ferrand #beatrixferrand #oheka #formalgardens

Autumn at Oheka Castle - Formal Gardens - Photo by Phillip Ennis

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

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Oheka Castle under construction

Explore the history of OHEKA CASTLE and learn more about the estate and formal gardens, built in the for Otto Kahn and his family.

#historic #gallery of the #Oheka #Castle - Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency). At the time of its construction, the French-style chateau was, and still is today, the second-largest private residence ever built in America.

The beautifully restored OHEKA CASTLE in Long Island, New York, is the perfect place for your wedding, weekday getaway, or corporate event.

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