Live Like the ‘Great Gatsby’ in This $85-Million, Long Island Mansion
If you’ve ever wanted to live like Jay Gatsby, this $85 million Long Island mansion may be your best chance. Located in Kings Point, Long Island— the locale on which The Great Gatsby’s West Egg was based—and built in 1928, this 8-acre estate spares no expense.
In addition to the Gatsby connection, this estate was also the home of Russian real estate mogul Tamir Sapir, who died in 2014.
In any case, this dazzling waterfront property certainly has all the trappings of tycoon living. It boasts a 250-ft. private dock, indoor & outdoor pools, saunas and steam rooms, a tennis court, a bowling alley, an electronic casino, and multiple wine cellars. It’s ideal for owners who love to entertain, in other words.
The estate is also equipped with smart home technology, making the home’s energy consumption, security, and electronics easy to manage.
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