Queens Landmarks-Douglaston


This early 20th-century planned suburb is made up of over 600 single-family homes in Tudor, Mediterranean, colonial revival, and arts-and-crafts styles. Eight of the houses were designed by Josephine Wright Chapman, one of the country’s earliest, successful female architects. Designated June 24, 1997.

Title: Residence at the Corner of Shore Road and Hollywood Avenue 2

Borough: Queens

Historic District: Douglaston

Keywords: greenhouse, residential, shingles, porch

Description: Angle view of a single-family residence

Image #2588

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