This Tudor-style mansion once owned by late publishing mogul William Randolph Hearst is listed for sale at 7 Upper Drive North in the Village of Huntington Bay.
Built in 1906 on a 1.12-acre lot, this seven-bedroom home with five and a half bathrooms is believed to have been purchased by Hearst for his mistress, Marion Davies, the New York Post reported. The house is one of the original five turn-of-the-century properties built to accommodate the wealthy and celebrities that frequented the BeauxArts Casino, where the Bay Club now stands, during the Jazz Age, according to the listing.
The gracious manor house features a stunning timeless white gourmet kitchen, two side-by-side living rooms that can open to one grand space flanked by two fireplaces, and a master suite with a large dressing room and working fireplace. Amenities include a two-bedroom guest cottage, 800-bottle wine cellar, billiard room, and wet bar. Outside it has an in-ground pool area, patio, gazebo, and wrap-around veranda. The house comes equipped with a garage and central air conditioning.
It’s situated near the Bay Club, Crescent Beach Town Park, and Fleets Cove Beach Park. It’s about two miles from downtown Huntington, which is one of the most popular downtowns on Long Island, and about three miles from the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station. It’s located in the Huntington School District.
The asking price is $2,195,000, not including the $26,092 annual property taxes.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Sabrina Teplin of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 631-549-4400.
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