66 Seafield Lane in Westhampton Beach is on the market for $22,750,000. According to the listing agent, the home "is truly one of the grandest ever built on the East End of Long Island."
The historical home, which has a driveway that is lined with 64 century-old Catalpa trees line was orginally designed in 1903 for William C. Atwater, a coal baron.
The manor, at 108 years old, sits on 10.37 bayfront acres features 9 bedrooms, 6 fireplaces, a three-car garage, finished basement, a banquet-sized formal dining room. It also has a carriage house, with century-old grape vines, and a separate cottage, as well as a tennis court and a pool with spa and a deep water dock on the bay.
For more information on this listing, which was provided by the Enzo Morabito team, contact broker Steven Rosmarin, of Prudential Douglas Elliman at (631) 255-2213