LOCUST VALLEY_LANDS END MANOR. Introducing the extraordinary Lands' End Manor, a thirty-two-acre "Gold Coast" waterfront estate in Locust Valley that has been home to only two families since 1929. During the "Roaring Twenties," a farm and farmhouse built circa 1850 was transformed by Walker & Gillette, the most renowned architectural firm of the 20th century, into the grand Georgian Colonial mansion that stands today. Offering incomparable serenity and seclusion, the majestic property encompasses exquisite and historic gardens, lush woodlands, bucolic horse pastures, and a working farm framed by beautiful and expansive views of the Long Island Sound. Frequent guests included F. Scott Fitzgerald whose observations while there inspired his novel, "The Great Gatsby." A five-stall stable with 1 bedroom groomsmen apartment and 4 car attached garage, six-bedroom guest house, caretaker cottages, greenhouses, pool and Georgian pool house, and much more complete this rare & magnificent estate.