The first of five homes to be built at the former site of Sands Point's legendary Lands End -- the mansion said to have inspired Daisy Buchanan's residence in "The Great Gatsby" -- is on the market in September 2014 for $12.9 million. (Credit: Automatic Real Estate)
The first of five homes to be built at the former site of Sands Point’s Lands End -- the mansion said to have inspired Daisy Buchanan’s residence in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” -- came on the market this week.
The 10,000-square-foot spec house, which has views of Long Island Sound, is listed with Michael Berman of Automatic Real Estate Associates for $12.9 million.
Four more homes, all to be custom built and on the water, will be listed between $15 million and $20 million, the latter including a renovated tennis cabana, says Berman.