|Location||Oyster Bay, LI, NY, US|
|Built For||William Woodward Jr|
|Sold To||1957 Sold to the private Town Club|
|Current Use||Owned by a religious facility|
|Notes:||1955, Mrs. In Woodward was acquitted of murder for having shot and killed her husband as she thought it was an intruder. An article was published by Truman Capote in Esquire magazing thinly veiling the story using the name of someone else adding to many rumors. The case was the subject of a book and television movie, The Two Mrs. Grenville's. Ann Woodward later killed herself as later in life did their two sons.