Unrivaled luxury and European style reinterpreted on one of Old Westbury's highest hills, just 20 miles outside of New York City in Long Island. This gorgeous turn-of-the-century mansion, recently restored to its true 22,000 sq. ft. splendor, sits on 8 luscious green acres.
Boasting 20 bedrooms (each with its own fireplace!), this classic wonder offers all the most premium modern amenities, such as an internal elevator, 5 car garage, newly installed energy-saving electric and heating systems, and its own private water system.
Inside the central entrance is a beautiful dramatic staircase. The first floor has a library, a drawing hall, a formal dining room, a billiard room, and sliding French doors leading to a charming side porch.
The basement was originally used to host kitchen and service areas. Now, the basement and 4th floor are being sold as shell and core, giving the new owners a chance to renovate according to their tastes.
This antebellum-style house has been featured in North Shore Long Island Country Houses 1890-1950 by Paul J. Mateyunas, The Mansions of Long Island Gold Coast by Monica Randall, and Long Island Country Houses and Their Architects 1860-1940 by Robert B. MacKay, Anthony Baker & Carol A. Traynor.