15 Gatsby Ln - Kings Point, New York
Kings Point Waterfront - the envy of all - opportunity of a lifetime! Live on the point in Kings Point on famed Gatsby Lane which inspired the fictional setting the 'West Egg' in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel. Over an acre of jaw-droppping views of Long Island Sound. Luxury and elegance surround you in this custom built stone and cedar contemporary masterpiece with a cedar shake roof designed by well-known architect, Peter Keller. Abundant space and light with walls of glass everywhere. This spectacular home boasts 5 bedrooms with ensuite baths and a blue Bahia marble half bath on the ground floor. Chef's kitchen with automatic sliding glass door for indoor/outdoor entertaining, leading to outdoor professional barbecue area and generous deck area. There is also a fenced in dog run and storage shed. Finished lower level with game room, staff quarters, and patio access to gorgeous pool area and manicured lawns. Back staircase for additional access to all levels. Master suite with 2 private sundecks, radiant heat floor, plus generous closets and dressing area. His and hers bathrooms. Gracious living spaces designed for intimate gatherings or lavish entertaining, all surrounded by magnificent views of Long Island Sound. Potential for boating dock . 5 car custom-designed garage. The home also includes a full house generator. Great Neck is a peninsula on Long Island's North Shore known for its convenience to Manhattan (22 minute express train ride) and La Guardia and Kennedy airports. It offers cultural activities and many high-profile residents. Valued for its close proximity to everything, amazing parks and recreational centers including Parkwood pool, tennis and indoor ice-skating rink. It has been the home to such notables as Paul Newman, Francis Ford Coppola, comedian Alan King, composer Marvin Hamlisch, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Harry F. Sinclair, Walter P. Chrysler whose estate today is the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. It offers recreational facilities, fine dining, and shopping all for which Long Island's North Shore is famous for.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman