Swan Landing, a custom-built waterfront Colonial-style mansion that was featured in Architectural Digest, is listed for sale at 1 Swan Landing in the Village of Kings Point.

Built in 1995 on a 5.4-acre lot, this 13-bedroom home has 10 bathrooms, four half bathrooms, and 23,000 square feet of living space. The home was designed by the award-winning architecture firm Shope Reno Wharton Associates and exemplifies luxury living at the highest caliber. Amenities include a deepwater dock, indoor pool, outdoor pool, beach, tennis court, English garden, guest house, greenhouse, and much more.

The house features an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, family room, and office. The ground-floor master suite has two bathrooms and walk-in closets. The fully finished basement has a gym, media room, changing room, and billiards.

Outside it has a stone patio and attached five-car garage. It comes equipped with central air conditioning, eight fireplaces, and an elevator.

The home is about three miles from the Little Neck Long Island Rail Road station, and about four miles minutes from the Long Island Expressway and the Northern State Parkway. For adventures outside the house, it is conveniently located nearby Kings Point Park, Steppingstone Park and the American Merchant Marine Museum. It falls in the highly ranked Great Neck School District.

The asking price is $45,000,000, not including the $203,813 in annual property taxes. That makes it the most expensive home currently listed for sale on Long Island, as of this post.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Jason Friedman and Sarah Friedman of Daniel Gale Great Neck LLC, who can be reached at 516-466-4036.

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