Billionaire Steven Schonfeld’s (owner of trading firm Schonfeld Group Holdings LLC) gargantuan NY estate can finally be seen completed in Bing Maps’ Bird’s Eye View. It is located on Whitney Lane in Old Westbury, NY and was completed in 2009 at a cost of $90 million. It features a massive 25,000+ square foot Tudor style brick mega mansion, guest house, swimming pool, pool house, basketball and tennis court and its very own 9-hole golf course.

*Thanks to HOTR reader Al for the tip

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ESTATE IN BING MAPS

  • Mansions & More

    Overall I like this house, but it just seems like it’s too big for me, despite the fact that it’s “only” 25,000 square feet. The front is too symmetrical but I like the look front the back facade. I just wouldn’t pay $90,000,000 for this.




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  • Mak

    Whoa.




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    • Teddi

      Double whoa




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  • Teddi

    I wished the garages and parking spaces were to the rear of the house instead of the front. And I wish the tennis and basketball courts weren’t quite so far away from everything.

    But I do love that the main house is divided up into so many sections. I always think it best to do that in mansions. To have the main living areas together, and then all the other parts, like the gym, theater, maids’ quarters, indoor pool etc in the wings. I think it’s easier to manage a large home that way. Not have everything slapped together in one humongous building.




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  • Daniel

    Damn. Finally an appropriate home to go along with the “estate” designation.




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    • Teddi

      IKR




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  • Venom

    Holy god that is huge, and yeah, proper estate for sure.




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  • Mike Azcarraga

    Hey kenny put the adress




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  • Austin D

    this home looks way better from the ground than it does the air… Oliver Cope Architect.. I am a very big advocate of symmetry with these larger estates.. if you’re going to make a house with a rather large southwestern wing (maybe even a double wing with this estate)… you better have one on the northeast side as well…




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