Olmsted-Beil House Listed on New York State
Register of Historic Places​

Photo: Patricia Salmon, 2020

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Location

The Olmsted-Beil House historic site is located in Eltingville on the south shore of Staten Island, off Hylan Boulevard. The 1.7-acre site and two-story farmhouse are all that remain intact of the 130-acre farm dating back to the 17th century. Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and naturalist and educator Carlton Beil and their families are among the many owners who made their homes and located their businesses there.

In 1967, the house was designated a New York City Landmark, and in 2006, the site became part of the NYC Parks system. For safety considerations, the house is closed to the public while it undergoes restoration.