Long Island mansion with an indoor pool and movie theater sells for record-setting $9.2M

Posted On Wed, July 29, 2020 By

Posted On Wed, July 29, 2020 By In Hamptons, Recent Sales

Listing photos courtesy of Compass

This over-the-top Mediterranean-style mansion on Long Island just sold for $9,225,000, making it the most expensive home sold this year in Nassau County, as well as the most expensive home sold in Sands Points since 2016 and the fourth-highest sale in the North Shore over the last five years. Sales records aside, the home’s opulence speaks for itself. At a whopping 20,000 square feet, the waterfront estate has an indoor pool, movie theater (complete with a ticket booth and stage curtains!), a personal arcade (with skee ball and pinball machines), and tons of marble.

The home was built in 2000 and sits on 3.6 acres.

Also on the property is a separate cottage with an extra 3 car garage, which makes an ideal guest house.

The home begins with a glamorous entry foyer with soaring ceilings and a marble floor design.

The open layout begins with the grand living room, which has gorgeous coffered ceilings and an intricate marble fireplace. Through a huge marble arch, more living spaces sit under a vaulted ceiling.

A formal dining room is also off the living room and leads to the eat-in kitchen.

The house has seven full bathrooms, four half baths, and six bedrooms. The master suite boasts double walk-in closets, two separate bathrooms, and a private office.

The entrance to the pool/hot tub area feels like a real spa, with a separate seating area and kitchen.

The movie theater might be the most incredible part of this residence. An actual wooden ticket booth leads to a two-story atrium, dripping in marble and carved ornamentation. From there, the actual theater has a stage with curtains, 13 plush seats, and two balconies with two more seats each.

Other perks include an elevator, gaming room, billiards room, and wine room.

[Listing: 240 Middle Neck Road by Angela DooleyAnn Heaney, and Nicholas Colombos of Compass]

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