Sitting on the North Shore of Long Island, Salutation Island has a history that dates back to 1721. The property totals 86 acres comprised of land, beaches, underwater rights, and a pond. Along with 5 other homes, there's a 27,000-square-foot main house that was built in 1919 by JP Morgan's son Junius Spencer. Its a quintessential Gold Coast home with 12 bedrooms, 12 baths, and service quarters. The exterior is just as lavish featuring a manicured lawn designed by Central Park landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead with views of the Manhattan skyline. It's protected by a 700-foot seawall, while a 250-foot dock and helicopter pad allow for access by both sea and sky.
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