The Oyster Bay Cove estate of a Woolworth family heir is on the market for just under $22 million.
Beau Pre is a 20th century estate commissioned by Charles and Helena Woolworth McCann in 1928, according to the listing broker Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
This Double "L" French Normandy home was authentically restored over 4 years by builder/architect John Kean, to its original country estate grandeur.
The 22-room, 12,000 square foot stately manor has antique hand-rubbed 100-year-old hemlock, pine and oak paneling, solid mahogany doors and Zelig windows, Littoviche tile roof, copper leader and gutters and imported 400-year-old limestone floors, says the listing.
A gated private country road leads to this sculpted 7-acre estate with a two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage, in-ground heated pool with jacuzzi, tennis court and formal gardens.
The estate has seven bedrooms, nine baths, a full basement, a seven-car garage, two-bedroom apartment, and a geothermal heating system.
The precise asking price is $21,950,000, not including the annual property taxes of $172,066, according to Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
The real estate agent listed for the property is Joan Gordon of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, who can be reached at 516-759-0400.
Click here for the Douglas Elliman listing.
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