A drop dead gorgeous 56-acre Long Island estate that used to belong to a Rockefeller Heiress has been listed for $30 million. Featuring a baronial style, the astonishing luxury estate features a large Tudor manor house and is located near the village of Mill Neck. Today, The Most Expensive Homes Blog will explore the majestic interior design and amenities of this remarkable mansion.
William J. Catacosinos bought the unique property in 1978 from Abby Rockefeller Mauzé, the granddaughter of oil magnate John D. Rockefeller, who founded the Greenacre Foundation that supports parks and community gardens in Manhattan. Catacosinos is now selling it for $30 million.
The 10,000 square-foot property includes some of the most impressive features and combines a sense of tradition with contemporaneity. It includes a three-bedroom cottage, a carriage house and a pool house. Its outdoors are equally gorgeous as they feature magnificent landscaped gardens of unmiserable beauty, nature trails, a tennis court, a greenhouse, a lengthy pool and two garages.
Catacosinos and his late wife Florence completely revamped the interiors of the property. According to the owner, one of the most fascinating spaces within the house is the Red room which presents exquisite furnishings in red shades and also a small library. Lastly, this stunning mansion is being co-liest by Jason Friedman and Rudi Friedman of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, and Robert J. Olita and John J. Martin at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
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Source: Mansion Global