This Estate that Inspired The Great Gatsby Set Design Could Be yours for $85 Million!
Have you ever wondered how the estate that inspired The Great Gatsby set design looks like in reality?
Several homes located in the village of Kings Point were the inspiration for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, but this particular estate was the one that inspired the set design for the film.
The fans of the film will now be able to throw parties Gatsby-style, and all they need to do is to purchase the estate at Kings Point.
The eight-acre waterfront home, which was built in 1928, is about 45 minutes away from New York City.
The stunning residence, which boasts century-old trees, sculptured shrubs, would make Jay Gatsby very proud.
Apart from inlaid stone driveways, the estate also showcases majestic fountains and statues, including a full-size replica of Michelangelo’s David.
In the backyard, tennis courts and a swimming pool completed with a cabana and swim-up bar are located right next to the water.
There is also a large doc that can accommodate a 200-foot yacht.
The home features 18 bedrooms and 32 bathrooms, which are spread across the main mansion and two smaller guest mansions.
The luxurious interiors are bedecked with marble, malachite, lapis lazuli, gold leaf, and agate.
The main mansion features six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, and three half baths, and it is outfitted with everything you could wish for, including a 10-car garage to a wine cellar that can fit 3,000 bottles.
A casino room, pool, Moroccan spa, two-lane bowling alley, and theater solidify the home’s standing as a bona fide party zone.
Water-like marble inlaid with fish, floor-to-ceiling aquariums, and a sea medallion in the entry foyer create a sea theme, and a formal living room and dining room can effortlessly host a soiree or dinner party.
The estate is currently on the market for anyone to grab for about $85 million.
Would you want to buy this house?