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S A LU TAT I O N Salutation is an exquisite 46+ acre island on the North Shore of Long Island. The land was granted by King George I and purchased by Peter Caverly in 1721 for two hundred pounds. Approximately 46+ acres are comprised of land, roads and a beautiful sandy beach. 10+ adjacent acres were granted with “underwater� rights, valuable for fishing, clamming and boating. The tranquil 28+ acre pond, which flows into the Long Island Sound, is home to oyster beds and many varieties of wildlife. Making this a total offering of over 85 acres. The fortified 700 foot sea wall, a 250 foot dock that accommodates yachts and seaplanes, and a helicopter landing spot complete this phenomenal property.


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To acquire an entire island of this magnitude and beauty is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The fact that it lies less than 1 hour from New York City by car, and less than 30 minutes by air or sea makes it remarkable. The Manor House is an example of the extraordinary craftsmanship and resources available to the creators of the fabled Gold Coast estates. There are 5 additional major residences on the island plus an 8 stall stable, paddocks and a groomsman’s cottage. Salutation offers spectacular and unparalleled views over the Long Island Sound to the Manhattan skyline, Connecticut and Westchester.


THE MANOR HOUSE


THE MANOR HOUSE “Salutation� was built in 1919 by Junius Spencer Morgan, son of J.P. Morgan Jr., with a later addition completed in 1928. The architect was Roger H. Ballard, and Frederick Law Olmsted, the celebrated landscape architect of New York City’s Central Park, was engaged to design the property. Mature ornamental plantings, specimen trees, walled gardens and rose gardens have thrived and contribute to the magical aura of this truly extraordinary property. The stately and monumental manor house is constructed of stone transported by barge from quarries in upstate New York by Mr. Morgan. The roof tiles are also of stone. The house is approximately 27,000 square feet in size, and has had only three owners. Original appointments including wide-plank flooring, magnificent millwork and leaded glass windows have been meticulously maintained. Many sets of French doors open to terraces from which spectacular views of the water, gardens, lawns and sunsets may be savored. The entrance foyer, octagonal in shape, is illuminated by a dramatic skylight located three floors above. Arched doors lead to the baronial Great Hall. Its marble and stone flooring, beamed ceiling, wainscoting and a myriad of other architectural details are a testament to the vision of the architect and the excellence of the craftsmen who executed that vision. Grandly proportioned entertaining rooms include a formal living room, dining room, delightful octagonal shaped breakfast room and a music room, all with fireplaces and high ceilings. The handsome library, paneled in mahogany, has wide plank floors and 2 fireplaces. French doors at one end of the Great Hall open to a covered, colonnaded terrace with superlative views across Long Island Sound to the Manhattan skyline, Westchester and Connecticut. Another terrace overlooks a picturesque koi pond.


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T he Upp e r F lo ors The majestic staircase, distinguished by an 18th Century balustrade, leads to the second floor. The Master bedroom suite, overlooking the water, is comprised of 2 bedrooms, each with a fireplace and bath, and a sitting room with a fireplace. There are 7 additional bedrooms with fireplaces and ensuite baths. Staff quarters are ample. The grand staircase continues to the third floor. A huge artist’s studio with a skylight, an exercise studio and a large game room are perfect for hobbies and leisure time. There are also 2 private guest suites.

Po ol and Po ol Hous e The pool is oversized and heated; it has a stone surround. The ivy-covered pool house is a superb Art Deco structure with 2 dressing rooms and baths, and an inviting open kitchen/ serving area with a high, domed ceiling and exceptional views of the harbor beyond.


THE MANOR HOUSE


THE CREEK HOUSE As its name suggests, Creek House overlooks the inlet to the Long Island Sound and beyond allowing the enjoyment of magnificent sunsets and water views. Privately tucked away is this charming, slate-roofed stone house with parquet floors. Both the living room and dining room have fireplaces and French doors opening to stone terraces. The cozy den has a fireplace. The stone floored sun room is another venue from which to enjoy views of the tranquil property. The second floor Master bedroom is enhanced by a skylight and a fireplace. There are 3 additional bedrooms and 3 full baths. A free-form heated swimming pool and cabana and a separate 2 bedroom guest cottage complete this magical property.


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THE POND HOUSE As its name suggests, this elegant residence is situated overlooking the island’s 28 acre pond, a delightful spot to enjoy the many varieties of waterfowl and wildlife. This Palm Beach style house is constructed of stucco and has a slate roof. Entertaining rooms are beautifully proportioned and are enhanced by high ceilings and lovely hardwood floors. The formal living room has tall bay windows at front and back, elaborate moldings and a marble fireplace. A handsome oak-paneled library and gracious formal dining room have fireplaces and French doors leading to the stone terrace. Indoor-outdoor entertaining is facilitated by the spectacular stone-floored solarium. A skylight illuminates the room, and 4 sets of French doors lead to the terrace and heated swimming pool. On the second floor, the large Master bedroom has a fireplace and a lavish bath consisting of a shower, double sinks, bathtub and sauna. There are 3 additional bedrooms and baths.


THE POND HOUSE


THE WING HOUSE “Wing House� is a magnificently proportioned Palladian waterfront manor house. The grand and elegant paneled living room has a fireplace and French doors opening to a stone terrace with a rose garden beyond. The formal dining room, airy and light-filled, has access to a terrace for al fresco dining. Lovely moldings, handsome paneling and wide-plank and herringbone wood flooring add charm and character. There are 6 bedrooms on the two upper floors. One can enjoy marvelous water views from multiple balconies over the expansive verdant lawns to the Long Island Sound.


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T WO S H E D S C O T TA G E S An ivy-banked stone staircase leads to “Two Sheds Cottages,” comprised of 2 charming dwellings. The first Cottage has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. The second Cottage has 1 bedroom and bath. There is a garage and full basement. A lovely stone terrace is an ideal space for outdoor dining, and the beautiful, rolling lawn extends to the shoreline of the Long Island Sound.

D O S O R I S C O T TA G E “Dosoris Cottage” is a bright and sunny 4 bedroom, 3 bath Colonial with slate roof. It is an example of casual country sophistication. Beautiful sunsets and water views enhance this charming house. There is a living room with fireplace, a formal dining room with fireplace, a den with fireplace and hardwood floors. A lovely slate patio off the living room allows for outdoor entertaining and relaxation.


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L I T T L E “ S A L” C A R R I A G E H O U S E A h ands ome stone C ar r i age hous e consist ing of: • Apartment #1—Living room with teak floor and fireplace, eat-in kitchen, bedroom and bath. • Apartment #2—Duplex with living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bath. • 4 over-sized garage bays and workshop

S TA B L E The recently renovated stable accommodates 6 to 8 horses and includes a tack room, hay loft and an area to wash the horses. Adjacent are 4 large fenced paddocks and pastures and maintenance buildings. In addition, there is a 2 bedroom cottage for a groomsman.


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$125,000,000 USD A Masterpiece Collection Listing.

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