Who needs the hassle of Hamptons traffic when you can experience island living within a 35-minute commute of mid-town Manhattan?
One of Westchester County's best kept secrets, Edgewater Point is a private peninsula surrounded by Long Island Sound on one side and beautiful Larchmont Harbor on the other.
Discovered by James Fenimore Cooper when he settled in Westchester in the early 19th century, it was later developed by Standard Oil tycoon Henry Flagler along with John D. Rockefeller. Film great D.W. Griffith later established a home and film studio here and it became the backdrop for some of his finest films including Way Down East and Orphans of the Storm. In the early 1920s, its lucky residents established a private year-round community designed to remain a protected sanctuary from the stresses of modern life.
While only minutes from the conveniences of Mamaroneck Village, residents appreciate the remote feel of the community complete with scenic shoreline, magnificent views, private beach and dock. And since the peninsula is home to only 26 residences, there are never any crowds.
Houlihan Lawrence is presently offering several Edgewater Point residences for sale.
Edgewater Point, offered at $8,999,000
Waterfront Elegance, offered at $4,200,000
Waterfront Lifestyle, offered at $2,595,000