Built in 1987 in the Tudor revival style and situated in its own private cover in the village of Lloyd Neck, it has a luxurious guest house that faces the water with a pool, spa, outdoor shower and cabana, full kitchen and entertaining deck with sweeping water views.
Stroll along the jetty to the pontoon where you’ll find room enough for an 80-foot yacht, 24-foot sailing boat, 30-foot speedboat and three jet skis. Included are 3 additional moorings in case you want to accommodate all of the above.
And that’s just the guest house.
In a nod to British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, the main house also features Tudor style architecture, including a massive 4.5m timber cathedral ceiling in the grand entrance and stately living room with enormous fireplace.
A wrap-around terrace offers impressive water views and accommodation includes eight bedrooms and a master suite boasting more sweeping views of Long Island Sound and Connecticut, eight bathrooms (plus 4 half bathrooms), study and formal dining room.
The sprawling grounds include manicured gardens, exercise path and a private beach. Only an hour drive to Manhattan (or a 15 minute helicopter ride if you prefer), Angelina and Brad began staying here in 2009 when she was filming the movie Salt.
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