Design discoveries from New York and beyond
Think you've heard it all? The seller of the waterfront home was first reported to be a wealthy dog.
While the circa-1928 estate paints a rosy picture with its grand spaces and gardens, the scandal that engulfs it is anything but.
The countryside classic transforms into a chic party space and guest house.
Listed for the first time since the 1970s, the home has played host to figures like Barbara Walters and Frank Gifford thanks to its late owners.
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