Coach Realtors Lists Historic Estate On Long Island’s Gold Coast

Coach Realtors is proud to announce they have listed, at $22.5-million dollars, one of Long Island’s most unique residences. Built in 1928 and known as “Still House”, the residence sits on over 37-acres. Still House was designed by Bradley Delehanty, accredited with many of New York State’s grand homes including some on the Historic Register, as a country residence for Paul D. Cravath, Esq. Mr. Cravath was an influential New York City attorney. The firm that still bares his name is ranked as one the 40-largest law firms in the United States. A winding entrance road leads to large courtyard and the 17,000 square-foot, 26-room main house. The residence is an extraordinary blend of elegance, history and modern accommodations. One such wonderful feature is the two-story library that was taken off the Cunard Line cruise ship, RMS Mauretania, sister ship to the RMS Lusitania. Constructed of polished tiger maple, the room is 22-feet high with balcony and marble fireplace. The Mauretania held the record for fastest trans-Atlantic crossing, both east and west bound, from 1907 to 1929. (A detailed description of the entire residence can be found on the accompanying two pages.) Coach Realtors is a Long Island based full-service real estate company with 18 office locations and over 400 sales associates serving Nassau and Suffolk counties. Coach Realtors is an exclusive affiliate of Christie’s Great Estates, a division of the famed auction house and has been recognized by Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate for over 10 years. www.coachrealtors.com