c.1928 French Normandy Manor in Oyster Bay Reduced to $15M (PHOTOS)

c.1928 French Normandy Manor in Oyster Bay Reduced to $15M

$14,999,999 | Built c.1928 | 11,800 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 7.07 Acres
11 Grace Lane, Oyster Bay, New York, United States

A beautifully maintained French Normandy style manor on an expansive 7 acre estate just steps from the Pine Hollow Country Club has been reduced to $14,999,999. The property hit the market last year for $21,950,000. The 11,800 square foot residence was commissioned by Charles and Helena Woolworth McCann in 1928 and was renovated over a period of four years by famed builder and architect John Kean. Key areas have been upgraded for modern life while select period elements have been preserved for future generations. Exquisite materials used throughout include 100 year old Hemlock, Pine and Oak panelling, solid Mahogany doors, Zelig windows, a Littoviche tile roof, copper gutters and imported 400 year old flooring. There is a large living room, billiards/game room, library, formal dining room, a cathedral den and a large kitchen. The breakfast conservatory adjoining the kitchen was imported from England and overlooks the pool and manicured grounds beyond. Upstairs you’ll find a three-room master suite with vaulted ceiling, fabric walls, fireplace, sitting room, office, his and hers 20-foot x 20-foot dressing rooms, luxurious bathrooms and a private balcony. There are a total of seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms throughout. In addition to the main house, the property also includes a lovely guest cottage with two bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as garaging and private driveway. The grounds host extensive formal gardens, entertaining patios, an outdoor kitchen and beautiful pool area. Pictures definitely don’t do this one justice, be sure to check it out on Google Maps for a better look at the size of the property and mansion! It’s on the market for $14,999,999 with Joan Gordon of Douglas Elliman


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