Inside a $29.9 Million Old Westbury Mansion
Tour a picturesque Long Island family estate dating back to the 1930s
Written by Annie Caminiti
DU JOUR MAGAZINE
The exquisite grandeur that existed during Long Island’s ‘Golden Age’ is perfectly reflected in this modern day Colonial Revival-inspired mansion located in Old Westbury. Set on the North Shore of the island, you’ll find fifteen bedrooms and twelve baths within a timeless estate. The views from the mansion extend across rolling meadows and an army of 80-foot-high beech trees with a collection of horse stables. The surrounding area contains a botanical paradise that breeds rhododendrons and has for over 60 years.
This home is in pristine condition despite dating back to the 1930s. The current sellers are part of the family that built the home nearly a century ago and though there’s tradition surrounding the family estate, there have also been several modern upgrades. A commercial-sized stainless-steel kitchen, four-person elevator, spacious baths and bedrooms, as well as numerous fireplaces all add to the contemporary amenities. Click through the gallery to tour this 90-acre Long Island estate, listed by Douglas Elliman.
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For more information on the Estate, visit www.erchlessoldwestbury.com