Moorelands, a grand brick Italian Renaissance-style estate house situated on 43 acres of waterfront rolling hills, was recently listed for sale at 313 McCouns Ln. in the Village of Oyster Bay Cove.

Built in 1915, the stately 14-bedroom house with eight and a half bathrooms was designed by famed architect Charles Berg. The classic Gold Coast mansion with intricate moldings and eight stunning fireplaces offers prominent views of Oyster Bay.

The house comes equipped with three eat-in kitchens, a formal dining room, den, solarium, multiple verandas and a partially finished basement. Outside it has a resort-like in-ground pool with a cabana, tennis court, stable, porch, patio, deck, pond, a large staff house with four apartments and eight bedrooms, and a three-car detached garage.

The property is located about a mile from downtown Oyster Bay, the Oyster Bay Long Island Rail Road station and about five miles from the Long Island Expressway. It is located in the Oyster Bay-East Norwich School District.

The asking price is $19,500,000, not including the annual property taxes of $265,439.

The real estate agency listing the property is Laffey Real Estate, which can be reached at 516-625-6666.

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