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American Music lovers can now live in the In national historic landmark Wildbank has hit the market for $9,450,000. American composer John Philip Sousa (“Stars and Stripes Forever”) lived in the house from 1915-1932, located in Sands Point on the Gold Coast of Long Island, located at 12 Hicks Lane.
The home is a 6,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, five-bathroom waterfront Colonial estate on 2.6 acres with a deep-water dock and sandy beach in posh Sands Point, NY (Long Island)
The Dining Room features Zuber's "Scenes from the America's" hand painted wallpaper which is the same wallpaper that Jackie Kennedy hung in the oval reception room of the White House where it remains today.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Features include sprawling loggia & upper balcony to enjoy western sunsets and the NYC skyline. 4-car garage w/ a two-bedrooms guest quarters. Two wine cellars. Two generators. Tennis court. Surrounded by perennial gardens that will take your breath away.
Maggie Keats of Douglas Elliman is the listing agent. For more information click here
This articled has been updated to reflect the current price.