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Historic Cotswold Mansion

1 Byrne Lane, Tenafly, NJ 07670

Cotswold, the 1925 mansion built by investment banker Herbert Coppell in English Medieval Country Home Revival style, was described in the 1982-1983 Bergen County Historic Sites Survey as “one of Tenafly’s most imposing examples of twentieth century Period Revival residential architecture.” This celebrated building displays high quality materials, craftsmanship and numerous notable architectural details. In 1934, the mansion and carriage house were approved for conversion to up to fourteen apartments. Cotswold was the World War II home of Big Band great and Army Major Glenn Miller and it was where Mrs. Miller learned of the disappearance of her husband’s plane over the English Channel on Christmas Eve 1944. Multi-family residence, privately owned.