This exceptional waterfront estate is located at 26 Lloyd Haven Drive in Lloyd Neck, NY and is situated on 10 landscaped acres. It features a 15,000 square foot Colonial style main house (with 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms) and a 6,000 square foot guest house. The main house features 6 bedrooms, 8 full and 2 half bathrooms, a 2-story master closet, walk-out lower level, swimming pool and more. The guest house features a swimming pool as well. The estate also boasts a detached garage and a boat dock. It is listed at $22,000,000. Now that’s what I call a proper guest house!! It is situated on the opposite side of the property which is great. This estate is PERFECT for large family gatherings.

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  • Daniel

    Quaint. House is far from perfect but it could be good. Nifty guest house.




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  • Mark

    Complete opposite from the monster house in NJ.

    This place has everything I need.




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  • Grrrowler

    I really like the exterior of this, both front and back. The inside, not so much. It has some bright moments, but for the most part it’s highly unimaginative. The stair runner and living carpet is…well it’s hideous. And a cherub in the living room? Really? A cherub hanging by a chain? It’s part kinky part kitschy, and just plain bad from any angle. The carriage house has so much more character than the main house. I’d expand it in size, keeping the style and character, and live in it.




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  • NOVA Ben

    It’s quite Greenwich-y, for Long Island. I do like the exterior quite a bit, but inside is too frilly and stuffy for me. That walk-in closet is certainly impressive, but a bit gimmicky. The formal rooms are really boring. I LOVE the guest house though, it’s absolutely endearing and I have to agree with Grrrowler about expanding it and living in it instead of the main home.

    On a random note, according to bing maps, there’s no such place as Lloyd Neck…it seems to think this home (and the one from the other day on the “mansion of the day” site) are located in “Huntington”. In that case, where does the “Lloyd Neck” place name originate from?




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    • marc22

      LLoyd Neck is the northern most area of Lloyd harbor reached by a narrow causeway. The area has quite a history from British forts, English land grants, Beaux-Arts estates and remains one of Long Islands wealthier enclaves.

      Lloyd Neck and Lloyd Harbor both get their names from Joseph Lloyd who established a manor in teh 17th century and which is still extant. The village was incorporated into the town of Huntington in the 19th century, hence the reference to Huntington. The link provides some information.

      Also love the classic beauty and understated look of the house.

      http://www.kioli.org/longisland/random/lloyd-harbor/




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    • Jared

      There absolutely is a Lloyd Neck and a Lloyd Harbor, they are villages located within the town of Huntington. I know because I live here.




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  • Doug

    This is the home of the former president and chief operating officer of Lehman brothers.




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  • Sam

    This house is stunning! The first image is so picture perfect, what an amazing entrance and first impression! Some of the rooms are slightly outdated and a little uninspiring but the outdoor views and landscaping makes it worth buying! Personally I don’t like the oversized guest house, I dont know why, a house with 6 bedrooms has enough room for guests too I would imagine.




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  • Chris

    The rear of the main home looks better than the front. The house itself is stuffy and the guest house is lovely.




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  • rob

    Beautiful home, beautiful setting, beautiful guest house. The decorating is a little staid, but nothing that couldn’t be tweaked. Overall just a very classy house.




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