An 11,000-square foot custom-built beachfront home owned by video game pioneer Robert Holmes is for sale.
Sweeping level lawns, boat house with exterior water supply, 53’ outdoor pool, and a fully equipped, lighted DecoTurf tennis court, all hidden behind a stone pillared entry gate. The home is at 205 Asharoken Ave. Northport, and overlooks Northport Bay to the Vanderbilt Museum.
Asharoken has been a long time haven for America’s famous. Henry Morgan, founder of Morgan Stanley, purchased 448 acres back in 1939. The beauty and privacy of it’s beaches and bays also inspired authoring of The Little Prince and have been home to Katherine Hepburn, Rube Goldberg, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Jackie Gleason, Fiorello LaGuardia, Harry Chapin, Eugene O’Neill and the Vanderbilts, among many other notables.
Holmes is co-founder of Acclaim Entertainment, known for the legendary NBA Jam and Mortal Kombat series.
The property is listed for $5,750,000 by Elena D’Agostino and Joyce Mennella of Lucky To Live Here Realty.