Belle Meade, one of legendary architect Stanford White’s final masterpieces, has sold for very close to the $9.875 million ask. The 104-year-old Greek Revival at 23 Shinnecock Road in Quogue, which sits on 3.5 acres and features a superbly scaled impressive 14,000 square feet of gracious living space, was once the home of Ford Models founder Eileen Ford and has also appeared in Martha Stewart’s book, “Weddings.”
High style abounds at the lovingly restored and opulent estate, which was commissioned by the Greeff textile family circa 1906. Highlights of the property include manicured gardens, original specimen trees, heated Gunite pool and regulation Har-Tru tennis court. Interior amenities include 10 bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, multiple fireplaces, library, drawing room and staff quarters.
Enzo Morabito of Douglas Elliman brought the buyer. This was Tim Davis of Corcoran's listing.