A waterfront Kings Point mansion could be mistaken for one in Versailles. In fact, some of its materials were taken from French chateaus. It is currently on the market for $50 million.
The home, with an exterior of French limestone — some of which is said to be the last remaining marble from the French quarry used to build Versailles — sits on Manhasset Bay with a private deepwater dock. At the end of a long Belgian cobblestone driveway, the 3-acre property features a marble fountain imported from the Rothschild estate in France, as well as a blue marble infinity pool and hot tub overlooking the water.
A Stunning Integration Of An Authentic Versailles And Modern Living Situated On 3 Acres Of Picturesque Waterfront Property In The Prestigious Village Of Kings Point. The French Limestone Mansion Faces A Rare Marble Fountain Imported From The Rothschild Estate In France, Contains Multiple Parquet De Versailles Floors, Boiserie Removed From Centuries-Old French Chateaus, Verre Eglomise Mirrors And Pietra Dura Floors. The Property Boasts A Private Deep-Water Dock, Sandy Beach And Marble Pool.
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