A land mark home, originally designed and built in 1920 by John Custis Lawrence, maximizes ocean views from almost every room. A total renovation, including structure and foundation, was completed in 2002 and stands today a gracious 10.000 sq.ft (+/-)mansion with 200 feet of ocean front in the coveted Estate Area of Lily Pond Lane. The residence invites comfortable living with 8 bedrooms all en suite, one full bath servicing pool area, and 2 powder rooms, sun/game room, large living salon, library, formal dining room and a 2015 renovated gourmet kitchen. It also offers 6 fireplaces, and 20' x 40' heated gunite pool. Landscaping for the 1.2 terraced acres has been designed for protection against the natural elements and to maintain full privacy. There is also a sturdy well built private path to the beach. Simply a classic in a spectacular oceanfront site!
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.Long Islandの高級物件についてさらに読む