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Baxter Estates Long Island, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Baxter Estates, also known by the acronym VBE, is a town that is part of Nassau County in the Long Island district in the New York City of the United States of America, located more precisely within the city of North Hempstead which It is one of the three towns in the county located in the south. According to the data provided by the national census that was carried out in 2010, the population consisted of 999 inhabitants. The town of Baxter Estates covers a total area of 0.52 km2 or 0.2 square miles of all-terrain, according to data calculated by the United States Census Bureau.

Robert Hutchings and John Betts were the ones who in 1673 built the Cow Neck settlement, to which the Baxter Estates area owes a large part of its history. This settlement overlooks Manhasset Bay and still established at the corner of Shore Road and Central Drive, that is, in its original site that has been maintained for many years. Oliver Baxter bought the property in 1741, and it considered that an entire town of Wigwam belonging to the ancient Indians called Matinecock, may have once been located on the Baxter site, according to the maps of the time that town showed there.

Currently, the Baxter residence is a designated historic building, which on February 5, 2017, suffered a massive fire that damaged the house when its current owner had plans to demolish it, and the causes of the fire have not yet been determined. In 1931 the town of Baxter Estates was consolidated.

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