This Jacobean revival house, known as Westbrook, built in 1886, was once the home of William Bayard Cutting, a prominent New York City lawyer and business man, and Olivia Murray Cutting. It now serves as a visitor center with a café and administrative offices for The Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park.
Donated to New York State by the Cuttings in 1936, the park preserves one of the last remaining estates on the South Shore of Long Island. The 60-room mansion was built with imported fireplaces and stained-glass windows. The surrounding grounds (691 acres) is landscaped with Cutting's collection of pines, coniferous and oak trees, flowering shrubs and woodland plants, which he began in 1886 also. Some of the trees he planted are still on the estate.
Nestled Pines retains the philosophy of conservation and renewal using only solid hardwood, grown and milled in the USA. A non-toxic, food-safe oil brings out the beauty of the wood and protects it for years.
Nestled Pines creates original and unique one-of-a-kind designs intricately engraved. Each ornament comes with its own red, satin ribbon for hanging.