$55,000,000 | Built 1928 | 60,000 Sq. Ft. | 18 Beds | 32 Baths | 8.08 Acres
Great Neck, New York, United States
Flawlessly crafted by the world’s finest artisans, this unique 8.08 acre compound dates to 1928 and delivers privacy to three palatial residences encompassing more than 60,000 square feet of living space with indoor and outdoor pools, health complexes, racquet courts, game rooms, wine vaults plus a private 200-foot yachting pier on the Sound. Three Bridges was previously on the market as much as $100 million and recently relisted for $55 million. Electronic gates open to one of the most magnificent waterfront properties available on Long Island. Fountains define the formal drive that leads to three sprawling houses. An elegant mansion at center stage has every possible entertaining option available, with space to host both gala events and intimate get-togethers with friends.
Ballroom and state-of-the-art gourmet and catering kitchens are superbly designed for every conceivable occasion. Fitness studios, squash court, saunas, steam baths and lap pools provide ultimate relaxation. Several private en suite bedrooms add to these indulgences. Separate living quarters for staff contribute to the overall privacy and discretion. In keeping with such an internationally appealing and modern design, master craftsmen created beautiful precious stone murals, inlaid floors and courtyards, ranging from Japanese gardens with Koi ponds, to rose and stone gardens complete with walking trails throughout this sprawling compound.
There is an endless variety of hobby, recreation, health and sporting venues including a bowling alley, a three-bay shooting gallery and even a casino. Multiple garages with hydraulic lifts will satisfy the most avid and sophisticated car enthusiast. There’s also sailing on the Sound, along with tennis and swimming and so much more. This private and gated compound is only minutes to New York City, JFK and LaGuardia international airports. Three Bridges is on the market for $55 million with Irene Sarraf & Jason P. Friedman of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.