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Wychwood, a 13-acre mansion estate overlooking the water, is listed for sale at 297 Mill Hill Rd. in Mill Neck.
This enormous English Tudor manor house was built in 1937 and has a storied history. It was designed by Henry Corse and is one of the last grand estates constructed during the Gilded Era. The home’s past owners included Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt and Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney.
Wychwood sits atop the second highest elevation on Long Island, according to the listing. Its whitewashed brick, hand-carved slate roof, and leaded glass steel casement windows give the exterior an English farmhouse aesthetic.
The 9-bedroom house has loads of amenities, including 11 full bathrooms and 3 half bathrooms, a large formal living room with a fireplace, a large formal dining room with a fireplace, a library, and more.
The grounds of the estate feature well-polished landscaping, beautiful gardens and terraces, a heated gunite pool with poolhouse, and a carriage house with staff quarters. Overall, the property is a dream for grand entertaining or retreat.
Wychwood is located in the Village of Mill Neck, in the Oyster Bay School District. It has sweeping views overlooking the Oyster Bay Harbor, Cove Neck, Centre Island, and Lloyd Harbor.
The asking price is $27,000,000, not including the annual property tax of $109,717.
The real estate agents listed for the property are Maryellen Cashman and Leslie Davidson, of Compass Greater NY LLC, who can be reached at 516-517-4751.
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New York State Attorney General Letitia James in New York City, U.S., November 19, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York
Two cryptocurrency lending platforms were asked to cease activities in New York by the state’s attorney general on Monday and three other platforms were directed to provide information about their business.
The move comes weeks after New York Attorney General Letitia James won a court order forcing the closure of cryptocurrency exchange Coinseed.
In a redacted version of a letter dated Monday, James said the Office of the Attorney General “was in possession of evidence of unlawfully selling or offering for sale securities and/or commodities”.Regulators in the U.S. have been ratcheting up scrutiny of a world that has so far existed in a regulatory gray area, against the backdrop of rising tension between the crypto industry and regulators worldwide.James filed a lawsuit in February to shut down Coinseed for allegedly defrauding thousands of investors, including by charging hidden trading fees and selling “worthless” digital tokens.The state’s attorney general warned investors about “extreme risk” when investing in cryptocurrency and issued warnings to those facilitating in the trading of virtual currencies.“Cryptocurrency platforms must follow the law, just like everyone else, which is why we are now […]
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