Mill Neck Manor, located on the prestigious North Shore of Long Island, is a majestic Tudor Revival mansion. It is set on an 86-acre scenic estate overlooking the Long Island Sound. The mansion, once called Sefton Manor, was owned by Robert Leftwich Dodge and his wife, the cosmetics heiress Lillian Sefton Dodge.
In 1949, Lutheran Friends of the Deaf, the founding group of the Mill Neck Family Organizations, purchased the property from Mrs. Dodge. Today, Mill Neck Manor and all of the surrounding properties on the historic grounds continue to form the Mill Neck Family of Organizations' campus.
All proceeds from events held at the Mill Neck Manor House are used to support the Mill Neck Family of Organizations' programs and services for children and adults who are Deaf and/or have other special needs, as well as to preserve the historic Manor House and beautiful grounds.