Located on the North Shore of Long Island just 25 miles from Manhattan, The Bagatelle is a magnificent 4.35-acre estate designed by Thomas Hastings, a founding partner in the architectural firm of Carrere and Hastings, famously known for their design of the New York Public Library.
Completed in 1910 as Hastings country manor home and sited around an attractive paved courtyard with a delightful centerpiece fountain, the compound includes a gracious newly updated nine-bedroom residence, a four-bedroom caretaker cottage, a three-bedroom carriage house and a two-bedroom gardener’s cottage. Expansive bluestone terraces and a columned gazebo overlook the new glistening cool blue heated swimming pool that is strikingly integrated into the manor’s garden. Masterful original wrought iron and exquisite plaster moldings and millwork complement chic and stylish updates. Impressively-scaled and light-filled principal rooms. Elevator. Three-bay garage and ample parking.
This preeminent estate offers luxury perfect for today’s living and entertaining.