Filed under: Estates
Today's home in Lloyd Harbor, New York has a fine architectural pedigree. Whitewood Point was created by the firm of McKim, Mead and White back in 1917 and is believed to have been done by Stanford White himself. The home is on 55 acres on a bluff overlooking Cold Spring Harbor. This striking estate has a chauffeur's cottage, caretakers residence, summer guest residence, greenhouse and a separate three car garage. We don't have many interior shots but what we've got reveals a sweeping staircase and plenty of water views through wide windows. This home is listed at $21 million.
Gallery: Whitewood Point