Located in the estate section, this 3.4 +/- acre-property hosts a magnificent shingle-style mansion. Set on park-like grounds with main and service driveways, the 13,000 s.f. home features a covered entry, porte cochère, and circular alcove tower. Dutch doors open to the ground floor offering an entry hall, living room, garden room, dining room, butler’s pantry, over-sized kitchen and country dining, powder room, library, elevator, and rear area bathroom and laundry. Up the main staircase, the master wing includes an office, double closets, oversized bath, and bedroom. The guest wing includes five suites. A rear stair leads to second floor lodging with four bedrooms, bath, and kitchen. The lower level contains a playroom, gym, and wine cellar. Outside, a two-car garage attaches via the porte cochère. A second two-car garage and generator lie beyond gravel parking. The 50’x20’ heated salt water Gunite pool, spa, and shower, share a cabana with the sunken, Rebound Ace tennis court.
The Gold Coast of Long Island is a 20-mile or so strip along the water’s edge of the North Shore. A century ago, it was a popular summer retreat for the likes of the Vanderbilts, Woolworths and Guggenheims. F. Scott Fitzgerald was awed by the concentration of wealth he found here when he began his masterpiece, “The Great Gatsby.” At one point, Gilded Age estates stood by the hundreds. Over time, most fell victim to the wrecking ball. Lesen Sie mehr über Luxus-Immobilien in Long Island