Wanna live like stockbrokers did in the 1980s while cursing up a storm? If so, grab up the fabulous estate used in the filming of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,' a movie that set a Guinness World Record for the most instances of swearing in a film. Although the home itself was not used in the film, its grounds did indeed host Leonardo DiCaprio for filming exterior shots.
If you buy it, your horses will spread caviar on their hay in the 10-stall stable described in the listing as a ‘virtual palace’ with room for a riding ring, while you settle into the 15,000-square-foot three-story mansion with a dazzling array of terraces and balconies. It’s just five minutes to Oyster Bay harbor to enjoy the marina and fun shops. And if your horses are competitive, the home is only 25 minutes to Belmont Racetrack.
Let’s check out the outdoor features: There’s a salt-water pool with a waterfall, spa and expansive patio, as well as a cook’s garden to grow your greens.
Now let’s go inside and see what stock market know-how can get you! There’s a huge gourmet kitchen.
You’ll relax in privacy in the walk-out basement with its interior hot tub.
There’s a full bar. Martinis go with financial wheeling and dealing, right?
You’ll enjoy gliding across the glossy wooden floors in your Cervelt socks from Harry’s of London in one of the home’s six bedrooms.
Get or maintain big muscles in the home gym. And when you’re ready to sit down, here’s an office for drawing up contracts. Dot your Is and cross your Ts!
Other features include an oversized four-car garage, generous public rooms, a guest suite, a legal apartment, two kitchens, six fireplaces, an elevator, a cabana bath. Not bad for a bear market.