A Long Island mansion designed by a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright is up for sale in a luxury Long Island vacation town.
“The original structure was a boathouse built in 1952,” Brown told the Post. ”
The original building was designed by his protégé, Bertrand Goldberg, and rebuilt (and expanded) in 2002 by the current occupants. Stonework and a huge eight-flue chimney.
“The family was incredibly happy there,” Brown said, but was ready to start a new chapter. his list.
The property grounds include trees, stones, grass paths, flower-filled meadows, grassy lawns, and 410 feet of direct waterfront. There is also a 250-foot dock made from imported ipe that can accommodate multiple boats. Other perks include a beachside fire pit, multiple outdoor dining areas, a 74-foot gunite pool, and “room to add a tennis court.”
Inside the one-story building is a main wing with radiant slate floors, mahogany ceilings, walk-in closets and “spa-like bathrooms.” A stone fireplace anchors his three-sided gathering room, with waterfront views and mid-century vibes throughout.