This nearly 6-acre gated waterfront estate is located on Robertson Drive in North Haven, NY. It was built in 2005 and boasts 350 feet of private beachfront with a 160′ boat dock. The Lutyens inspired stone and stucco main house boasts approximately 10,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, formal living room with limestone fireplace, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast nook, family room with circular alcove, wood paneled billiards room with fireplace, media room, wood paneled library, gym, extensive covered terraces and more. The grounds also boast a heated gunite swimming pool, pool house, tennis/basketball court and a detached 4-car garage. It is listed at $40,000,000.

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  • Sam

    Very unusual property! Not too sure about the interior, but I like the Tudor revival exterior, although it looks slightly run down. The landscaping and outdoor pool is fantastic, i would spend more time outside than inside, the house really doesn’t take advantage of the views or the large plot it sits on.




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    • Iemand

      Agree about the landscaping. My dreamhome would have something like that, including the oceanview/being oceanfront.

      I don’t like the house though…




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  • Scott

    I would be amazed if it sold for half the asking price.




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  • Grrrowler

    This was built in only 2005? Looking over the pictures I was guessing the mid 1970s. It’s more of a Tudor revival revival, and it doesn’t work for me. The entire front facade is a mess to my eye. I despise that sloping roof line on the left, the turret doesn’t blend with the design at all, and the third floor dormer above the entrance looks like a badly done addition. I don’t see Lutyens anywhere in this.

    The interior isn’t much better. Most of the stylist details look as if they were added at the end of the design process and stuck on, as opposed to being an integral part of the design.

    The location is nice, but for $40 million I would want something a LOT better than this house.




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  • Daniel

    I don’t like the huge gable on the left side of the house. Inside is pretty mediocre in my eyes. What is with the low ceilings? Price is…optimistic.




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  • george

    I don’t know what the land is worth, but the house could be built for 4.5 to 5 mil.




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  • NOVA Ben

    What the hell is up with the coloring of the exterior photos??

    Looking over the comments, I’m siding most closely with Grrrowler on this one. “A mess” is precisely the phrase I was thinking of concerning the facade, and I do agree with the observation that stylistic details look tacked on. As Daniel said, many of the ceilings look claustrophobically low.

    I too was confused with the 2005 build date, because the home does look mellowed, and not in a good way.

    I appreciate this property for being so different from what we normally see, and there are elements that shine through, but overall it’s falling short for me. And $40 million? Please.




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  • Venom

    I don’t see the $40 million, but a piece of land that impressive much cost a pretty penny.
    It would not matter because I would be tearing that house down to build something much nicer anyway. And yes, the coloring on the photos is very weird.




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