William Floyd Estate

Tucked into a Mastic Beach neighborhood is the

Tucked into a Mastic Beach neighborhood is the William Floyd Estate, a sprawling, 613-acre plot that was once a colonial plantation. Eight generations of Floyds lived in the house, including William Floyd, who scrawled his signature on the Declaration of Independence. Here, you can see the house's exterior. (July 28, 2010) Photo Credit: Colleen Harrington

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Tucked into a Mastic Beach neighborhood is the William Floyd Estate, a sprawling, 613-acre plot that was once a colonial plantation. Eight generations of Floyds lived in the house, including William Floyd, who scrawled his signature on the Declaration of Independence.

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