The reservation is located on Coolidge Point, a peninsula once owned by—and named for—the Coolidge family. The reservation property includes the former site of the Coolidge's "Marble Palace", a Georgian-style mansion designed in 1902 by Charles McKim. Although the mansion no longer stands, the home's grounds are preserved as the "Ocean Lawn". 
The reservation was established in 1992. 
- "Coolidge Reservation: Property History". The Trustees of Reservations. Retrieved November 28, 2017.
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