Before the breathtaking peninsula was subdivided into a discrete collection of 28 private estates, Edgewater Point was a single sprawling compound owned by Henry Morrison Flagler, the storied American industrialist best known as the co-founder of Standard Oil, pioneer of Palm Beach as a resort community and the man who built a railroad over 156 miles of open ocean. 1340 Flagler epitomizes the land's rich legacy of sumptuous waterfront living (which also, in the 1920s, subsequently hosted the studio of silent film director D.W. Griffith). Passing the gatehouse, you'll enter the neighborhood by crossing a scenic causeway, where rolled-down windows welcome a calming sea breeze to lure you home. With 226 feet of private Long Island Sound coastline, you'll greet each morning in the six-bedroom Colonial with a sunrise over Long Island Sound. Living areas feature oversized windows capturing the coastline. The expansive, flat back lawn is private and frames an elegant, heated pool. A private, sandy beach and a community dock are just steps away. Unwind with sunsets over Larchmont harbor, or set sail from the dock on your vessel of choice.
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