Built in 1915 a time when estate-building on Long Island was taken to a high art, Moorelands is a grand residence in Oyster Bay Cove, New York.
The Italian Renaissance style home was designed by Charles I. Berg for John Chandler Moore, who was the chairman of the board, president and treasurer of Tiffany & Co. Fashion designer Oleg Cassini later owned this historic home.
The 14-bedroom home is a classic Gold Coast mansion with intricate moldings and carved woodwork.
The elegant home’s large rooms showcase prominent views of Oyster Bay.
Designed on a grand scale, the home has three kitchens, a formal dining room, solarium, and more.
The pool area includes a cabana.
Tennis courts, a stable, and a pond dot the meticulously landscaped lawns.
The property also has a large staff house with four apartments and eight bedrooms.
This historic residence is listed for $19.5 million with Laffey Real Estate, an affiliate of Luxury Portfolio International.