A nature-lover’s dream come true awaits in this simple yet luxurious contemporary mansion listed for sale on a 33-acre wooded plot overlooking the Long Island Sound on Watch Way in Lloyd Harbor.

The mansion was designed by the late world-famous architect Edward Durell Stone, who designed Radio City Music Hall, The Museum of Modern Art and the Kennedy Center, among many other buildings. The property also includes a beach house 20 feet from the water. The entire property is roughly the same square footage as The Pentagon.

Built in 1967, the main house has four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, fully finished family room in the basement, a library, three fireplaces and an indoor, in-ground pool next to the great room. Outside it has a two-car garage, a porch, a patio and 725 feet of beach.

The property is subdivided into four separate lots, with the main lot featuring the mansion situated on an 11-acre plot. Of the other three, two are waterfront and the third is inland.

The house is about five miles from downtown Huntington, the Cold Spring Harbor Long Island Rail Road station about eight miles from the Long Island Expressway. It is also located near Caumsett State Park, Target Rock National Wildlife Refuge and Lloyd Neck Beach.

The house is in the Cold Spring Harbor School District, which had its high school ranked No. 31 in New York State by U.S. News & World Report’s annual ratings.

The asking price is listed as $13,880,000. The annual property taxes are $104,037.

The brokers listed for the property are Jason Friedman and Sarah Friedman of Coldwell Banker Residential. They can be reached at 516-482-8400.

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