Victoria Gotti’s Neglected Mansion

Victoria Gotti’s Neglected Mansion

Old Westbury, New York, United States

You’ll probably remember this Colonial mansion from the short-lived A&E realty series Growing Up Gotti.  Even though the series only lasted from August 2004 to December 2005 we still got to see a lot of the mansion.  The show followed the life of Victoria Gotti, daughter of Mafia boss John Gotti, and her three sons.  The 6,000 square foot brick & marble mansion was built in 1993 and looks to be all original.  It’s come on and off the market over the past few years and is now listed at $2.5 million.

The property is described as being ‘majestic’ with ‘four magnificent acres of manicured lawns and towering trees.’  If also features a commercial quality playground that’s mostly overgrown.

If you’ve seen the series you’ll likely recall that in a number of episodes the swimming pool played a pretty big role.  It had a variety of problems that Victoria’s handman was set out to fix.  Seven years later the pool & the hot tub are photographed empty and pretty sad looking.  The description says, “An expansive stone patio overlooks the three-storey guest/pool house with an outdoor jacuzzi and a glistening in-ground pool with waterfalls.”

The ‘park-like property’ also includes a majorly overgrown four-stall stable and paddock with electric and water.  It’s obvious this 4-acre estate is in need of some TLC.  The entire property needs a good power washing at the very least.

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