If you’ve ever dreamed of living out your own Gatsby fantasy like Leo, one of the early-20th-century mansions that inspired the set design of Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 film is on the market for a cool $85 million, according to Trulia.
This 14,551 square-foot colonial-style mansion sits on 7.7 acres of gated land on Long Island’s Kings Point, in an area of the North Shore that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald’s fictional West Egg in The Great Gatsby. Built in 1928, this 18-bedroom palace also has a wine-tasting room with a full cellar plus an in-home hair salon.
In addition to the main house, the estate also has two separate guest homes. But if you’re imagining Nick Carraway’s cottage, you’d be wrong. Between these two guesthouses there’s an indoor pool, a bowling alley, a shooting range and a casino.
There’s also a two-level garage on the property, which is outfitted with a hydraulic lift and has room for up to nine cars.
If you were wondering whether or not there’s a dock on the property, the answer would be yes.
But instead of looking out over the fictional East Egg and Daisy’s green light, this private pier — where you can dock a 200-foot-yacht — looks west towards New York City.
I mean, who needs a green light to gaze at when this is your view?
The grounds also include Japanese-English gardens, koi ponds and a tennis court.