An opulent mansion that apparently served as inspiration for the mansion in Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 film is on the market. The 14,551-square-foot mansion has 18 bedrooms and sits on 7.7 acres in King’s Point, the area on Long Island that inspired the fictional West Egg of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel. Built in 1928, it’s home to “Japanese-English gardens,” an outdoor pool with a swim-up bar, a home beauty salon and a private pier, and can be yours for $85 million.
Photo used with permission from listing agent Paul Tyree. Laffey Fine Homes International Real Estate is the listing broker.