Today Architectural Digest brings you “out east” to visit one of the most magnificent mansions along the Gold Coast of Long Island, New York. 235 Middle Neck Road is in Sands Point, NY, the inspiration behind the posh locale of East Egg in “The Great Gatsby.” With 14 bedrooms, a guest cottage, and nearly 400 feet of private sandy beach across 5.5 acres of land, it’s easy to envision Jay Gatsby hosting a few dozen well-wishers here on a warm summer night.
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