“The Mallows” Estate on 4 Acres Asks $6.88M in Head of Harbor, New York

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“The Mallows” Estate on 4 Acres Asks $6.88M in Head of Harbor, New York

$6,888,888 | Built 1906 | 9,411 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 7 Baths | 4.1 Acres
15 Emmet Dr, Head of the Harbor, NY 11790

Nestled on over 4 acres of land in the prestigious Head of Harbor community in New York lies a magnificent estate that exudes timeless elegance and grandeur, asking $6.88 million. Built in 1906 by the renowned architect Charles Platt for the Astor and Emmet family, this majestic home boasts 11 bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 300 feet of water frontage that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. With luxurious amenities such as a glass conservatory, multiple fireplaces, and an elevator, this stunning estate has attracted even the most discerning of guests, including President Gerald Ford who visited the property in 1988.

From the listing: A treasured landmark of a bygone era, “The Mallows” ranks as one of the finest Gold Coast waterfront manors with a legacy of notable residents. Uniquely perched outside of any flood zone. Over 4 acres of sprawling grounds and 300-feet of waterfront in the Head-of the-Harbor, a prominent location mid-way between NYC and the Hamptons, walking distance to the historic village of Stony Brook. This Neo-Classical estate was commissioned in 1906 by notable architect Charles A. Platt. Modern upgrades include gas fireplaces, top-of-the-line appliances, updated HVAC electrical & plumbing. Notable architectural features include lofty ceilings, original molding, ornate wood floors, custom millwork, antique fixtures, and push-button lighting. Featuring guest apartment, lounge with 2nd kitchen, tennis court, heated salt-water pool, chicken coop, hot-tub, gazebo, limestone patio, and 20+ car cobblestone driveway. Easy access for private beach recreation and commuting. The Gold Coast lifestyle awaits. This spectacular estate is on the market for $6.88 million with Rachel King of Serhant. Take the 3D Matterport tour! Photography by LuxQue Media.

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