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Oheka Castle on the Gold Coast of Long Island was a partial inspiration for Jay Gatsby’s estate in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, "The Great Gatsby".

Mansions of the Gilded Age: George Rose Estate  was located off what is now the north service road of the Long Island Expressway in Old Westbury, New York. Built by architects Hoppin & Koen, it was typical of many of their designs, with high wings that seem to compress a tight center wing. (Looking for dates)

Mansions of the Gilded Age: George Rose Estate was located off what is now the north service road of the Long Island Expressway in Old Westbury, New York. Built by architects Hoppin & Koen, it was typical of many of their designs, with high wings that se

The Great Gatsby house hits the real estate market. Click through for photos inside the gorgeous space belonging to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald

The House That Inspired "The Great Gatsby" Is Hitting the Market

"The Great Gatsby" House - F. Scott Fitzerald and Zelda Fitzerald House in Great Neck, Long Island

Roslyn House, a typical mansion of the Great Gatsby era.

Roslyn House, a typical mansion of the Great Gatsby era. Aerial of Roslyn House at Old Westbury during the Great Gatsby era. Built f.

Front facade of Beacon Towers (Sands Point, NY) built for Alva Vanderbilt Belmont, & demolished in

Broad Hollow

20 American Mansions Fit for Jay Gatsby

Broad Hollow Mansion, Old Westbury, NY (Demolished - Other pics of Gold Coast Mansions - Insifada (Demolished

The Schweppe Estate, Lake Forest, IL.

The Schweppe Estate – Lake Forest, Illinois

The House That Inspired "The Great Gatsby" Is Hitting the Market  - CountryLiving.com

The House That Inspired "The Great Gatsby" Is Hitting the Market

The Great Neck, New York, house where F. Scott Fitzgerald started writing "The Great Gatsby." "The House That Inspired 'The Great Gatsby' is Hitting the Market" by Megan Friedman. Elle Decor (May

'Harbor Hill', the Clarence Mackay estate designed by McKim, Mead & White between in Roslyn. Mackay was chairman of the board of the Postal Telegraph Cable Co.

would love to have arches in the back of my home!

Through the dramatic Gothic tripartite entrance porch is a journey back in time.

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