Built in 1919, this magnificent waterfront estate is a heritage from America’s Gilded Age and the grandeur which characterized those post-war years! The historic mansion has recently been returned to its former turn of the century splendor, with all the comforts and state of the art technology of the 21st century. Today, The Most Expensive Homes is going to present to you a marvelous Gilded Age Mansion in the Hamptons. Take a look!
It took five years and two design firms to make this transformation. Andre Tchelistcheff and his talented team of architects and designers are responsible for the complete renovation project of the residence, the carriage house and the gatehouse. Experts in the renovation and restoration of historic landmarks, John HummelCustom Builders and their team of craftsmen, as well as the renowned landscape architect Edmund D. Hollander, were brought in to restore the antiques and the gardens.
Shades of white and earthy tones fill de interiors with beauty and peace. It’s the perfect interior design color palette for the Hamptons!
Inside, the grandeur of this baronial mansion is reflected on the impressive grand entrance foyer with a triple story spiraling staircase, the limestone floors, imported Carrara marble baths and oversized formal rooms for entertaining on a grand scale. It’s 22,000 square feet of unequaled beauty! Nowhere else in the Hamptons will you see such a mansion.
The outdoors will blow your mind away! The lush green lawn, the beautiful gardens and the breathtaking landscape.
The Hamptons estate is now on the market for $49,500,000.
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