A breathtaking Long Island estate in the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby has just gone on the market for $55 million.
The home, known formally as The Three Bridges, was built in 1928 and is one of the last remaining generational properties on Long Island’s Gold Coast, according to Zillow.
The Three Bridges sits on more than eight acres of property in the King’s Point section of Great Neck, with beautiful views of the New York City skyline – including the Throgs Neck, Whitestone and RFK bridges for which it gets its name.
The Three Bridges is an 8-plus acre estate on Long Island’s Gold Coast in King’s Point section of Great Neck, NY
The home was built in 1928 and is one of the last generational properties on Long Island’s Gold Coast
The house hit the market at $55m complete with all the amenities for a Gatsby-themed party
The home also provides a stellar view of the New York City skyline and Long Island Sound
The property features 3 separate estate homes, deep water dock, 100-foot-plus waterfront pool and hot tub, tennis court, multiple gardens, multiple spas, a movie theatre and many other amenities.
It also has unique features such as an elevator, sauna, wet bar, and a dock – all perfect for a Gatsby-inspired get-together.
The home comes complete with 18 bedrooms, 32 bathrooms, full basement, exercise room, family den, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room and guest quarters, plus a total of seven fireplaces.
The detail and design are what truly make the home as marble designs ornately cover the home from top to bottom with Cathedral-like ceilings that have to be seen to be believed.
The home is complete with many marble features as seen here in the kitchen with beautiful flower designs on the floor and ceiling
This dining room is certainly fit for an elaborate dinner party complete with more flower motifs with blue-and-white accents
The grand space features wood flooring, one of seven fireplaces, and an upstairs balcony overlooking the den
A beautifully marble-accented living area is perfect for curling up with a good book or entertaining a few guests
A design truly envisioned by Gatsby himself featuring more of floral designs on marble flooring
The home was previously put on the market in 2015 for $15.85 million, but after some serious renovations by one of the unidentified owners it hit the market for $100 million.
The price has since been cut nearly in half and is being represented by Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.
This Oceanic Room has much to offer with coral-reef inspired ceiling heads, ocean blue marble and seashell-inspired sofas
Movie night! A private theater is perfect for enjoying a quiet night at home with a few dozen friends
A child’s dream come true with a mega dollhouse that is fit for the princess of this estate
A dip in this oceanic themed spa is ideal for a nice escape with a floor that looks like the bottom of the sea and ornately crafted fish on the walls and pillars
Another spa! Gold palm trees and more oceanic-inspired designs that make you truly feel like you are in tropical paradise
The tiled mosaic shower room is a perfect for washing off after a quick dip in the pool or into the Sound
The marble-laden staircase has schools of painted fish that will immerse you an aquatic wonderland
If it’s too cold for an outdoor dip, the indoor pool is lined with marble-etched walls and columns
More fish! Another hallway etched with schools of beautifully crafted oceanic designs
The outdoor pool features marble statues, waterslide and patterned decking
The new owner can dock his yacht alongside a 200-foot on the Long Island Sound
A nice summer afternoon playing doubles in the comfort of your own home is ideal for any pair of tennis players
This one-of-a-kind property is similar in vein to that of another iconic historical home – the Hearst Estate in Beverly Hills, California – which currently on the market for $69.95 million. The lavish 3.5-acre property was once home to newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies.
Built in 1926, the estate was designed by Gordon Kaufmann, the English-born American architect behind the Hoover Dam.
The pink stucco mansion is an American treasure and even housed the Kennedy’s during their honeymoon.
The main house features eight bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, and it has endless opulent living spaces including a formal living room set under a soaring 22-feet tall arched hand-painted ceiling.
The Hearst Estate that once belonged to William Randolph Hearst features a unique history as it was used to house the Kennedy’s during their honeymoon
The property has been used for the 1972 film The Godfather and Beyonce’s 2019 music video ‘Mood 4 Eva’
The home has a two-story wood-paneled library, as well as a billiards room that features a fireplace reminiscent of Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California.
Recognized as one of Los Angeles’ legendary homes, it was the set to Francis Coppola’s 1972 hit ‘The Godfather’ – and featured in one of the more famous scenes in cinema history in which a Don Corleone puts a severed horse’s head in the bed of one of his enemies.
More recently, Beyoncé filmed her opulent music video for her 2019 song ‘Mood 4 Eva’ in the estate, where she used the Olympic size pool in a dream sequence with synchronized swimmers.