Salutation Island, 格伦科夫, 纽约州, 11542 美国



1 Buckram Road
Locust Valley, New York, 11560 United States




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关于 Salutation Island, 格伦科夫, 纽约州

Salutation is an exquisite deeded 85+ acre island on the North Shore of Long Island. The land was granted by King George I and purchased by Peter Caverly in 1721 for two hundred pounds. Approximately 46+ acres are comprised of land, roads and a beautiful sandy beach. 10+ adjacent acres were granted with “underwater” rights, valuable for fishing, clamming and boating. The tranquil 28+ acre pond, which flows into the Long Island Sound, is home to oyster beds and many varieties of wildlife. Making this a total offering of over 85 acres. The fortified 700 foot sea wall, a 250 foot dock that accommodates yachts and seaplanes, and a helicopter landing spot complete this phenomenal property.

The Manor House is an example of the extraordinary craftsmanship and resources available to the creators of the fabled Gold Coast estates. Approximately 27,000 sq.ft. offering 12 Master bedrooms, and 12 baths as well as 10 service quarters with 3 baths. There are 5 additional major residences on the island, offering 21 guest rooms between The Creek House, Pond House, Wing House, Two Sheds Cottage and Dosoris Cottage. Further amenities include an 8 stall stable, paddocks and a groomsman’s cottage.

To acquire an entire island of this magnitude and beauty is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The fact that it lies less than 1 hour from New York City by car, and less than 30 minutes by air or sea makes it remarkable.

Salutation offers spectacular and unparalleled views over the Long Island Sound to the Manhattan skyline, Connecticut and Westchester.


1 Buckram Road
Locust Valley, New York, 11560 United States

物业 ID:H4PNE8



  • 谷仓,马厩
  • 艙面
  • 客房
  • 马车房
  • 码头
  • 花园
  • 硬木地板
  • 直升飞机场
  • 露台 / 户外空间
  • 室内游泳池
  • 院落
  • 高尔夫球车车库
  • 滨水

关于 : Long Island

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.
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