This Mediterranean villa is located at 38 Applegreen Drive in Old Westbury, NY. It was built in 2000 and is situated on 3 acres. It boasts 7 bedrooms, 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, wood paneled library, recreation room with bar, indoor swimming pool, aquarium, home theater, wine cellar, 3-car garage, stone grotto with swimming pool, swim up bar, jacuzzi and more. It is listed at $14,000,000.

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  • george

    The house sold for $3,175,000. in Jan of 2006. Are these people crazy.




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    • george

      I do love the fish tanks.




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  • Daniel

    Eh. There are tiny little bits that could be the start of a nice home, but altogether this is a flop. Exterior looks like a hodgepodge of styles. I like the height of the living room and the trio of french doors but the wallpaper, mural and mirror on the fireplace destroy the look. Every other room looks dark and dingy. I love the aquarium by the pool, but it seems like such an odd place to showcase something so pricey [and nice]. Theater is terribly depressing. Rear of the home looks nice in the last picture.




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  • Grrrowler

    I can’t decide which part to hate first, or most. The exterior is terrible; the detailing, what there is of it, is terrible and completely uninteresting. And, for $14,000,000 I want something much more attractive than a black asphalt driveway. Don’t people get that every detail adds to the overall feel of a house? Why cheap out and go with a blacktop driveway?

    As for the interior, it’s simultaneously horrid and laughable. Enough with the murals already! The scale of the living room isn’t bad, but the room needs to be gutted and redesigned. The kitchen is way too beige, has too much open unused space, and it’s not really very attractive. The fish tanks next to the pool are a nice touch, but not one I’d ever have in my house. Otherwise, the whole pool area looks deeply depressing. The lighting is obviously very dim and it looks as if the room would feel like a cave. The theater is interesting; I don’t like it, but it’s interesting. It has an “Art Deco Submarine” vibe going on, which is at least different. I find it interesting that the only books I could find were in the library/office, and even then the books fills a small portion of the overall shelves. The rest of the interior is a complete write-off.

    An aside: can someone please tell these real estate agents a couple of things?
    A) They should NEVER put music on their web sites. That was considered “done” on the web in the mid 1990’s. It’s actually kind of tacky.
    B) Taking the same pictures from the site’s slideshow then adding panning and zooming to them does NOT make a walkthrough video. So many real estate offices/agents apparently do not understand what a video actually is.




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    • NOVA Ben

      A big AMEN to your second point at the end! I HATE that habit.

      My sound was muted so thankfully I didn’t even notice there was music on the slideshow 🙂




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  • John L.

    Someone take that green piano out of the family room and burn it. It is evil.

    The pool and lounge/bar are just awful.

    The rest of the house is just flat. No thanks.




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  • Onions

    Wow, this has to be the ugliest interior I have ever seen. It really looks like the owners took the time and imagination in going out of the way and really striving for FAIL in every single detail. If I were invited over as a guest, within 15 minutes, I would be phoning a taxi to take me to the nearest hotel. But, as to not come off too negative, I have created a list of some of the good traits of the property below:
    -trees and shrubs out back seem healthy
    -pool water appears clean
    -nice roof
    -neighbors include Howard Stern, Nas, and the dude that founded Entenmann’s bakery (raspberry danish twist after 10 seconds in the microwave = best pastry ever!)




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  • NOVA Ben

    There are individual items of this property that I like…the library looks nice, the living room proportions are pleasing, the back yard looks pretty….but so many more that I don’t like, such as most of the interior decor. The exterior is terribly cheap-looking to me, and they seriously need to cool it with the cheesy wall murals and ceiling painting. The aspects of this home that don’t fall into the categories of “nice” or “gross” are just forgettable, so overall this is a definite miss.

    The giant aquarium is REALLY cool, but the placement is all wrong. It needs to be somewhere more prominent. As a sidenote, those type of aquariums are EXTREMELY expensive…there’s the huge initial cost of building it and stocking it (some of those fish are pretty expensive), and then you have to have it cleaned at least a couple times a week…salt water aquariums have all the more exciting types of fish but are very needy when it comes to maintenance…my employer has a big saltwater wall aquarium, and the plexiglass starts looking gunked up only a couple days after it’s cleaned.

    Also, that piano is wild. I kind of like it, against my better judgment.




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  • Venom

    I wanted to like this house but I can’t.
    Overall there is nothing really wrong with it other than the purple futuristic room, but I just can’t bring myself to like the home.
    The pool with the fish tank should have been amazing, but instead it does not work and just seems cold, dark and uninviting.

    $14 million? Seriously?

    I want the cream leather chairs in photo #11 and that is about it really.




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  • rob

    The horror, the horror.




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