A waterfront estate in Lloyd Neck has been sold for $6.475 million, the highest price ever for a home in the neighborhood, according to brokers involved in the sale.
The three gated acres at 23 Count Rumford Lane was built in 2000.
Known as Journeys End, the estate has180 feet of Cold Spring Harbor waterfront and beach, including a guest beach house and staff quarters.
The 9,485-square foot main residence has 19 rooms, including five bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, a home theater, sauna and gym. The grounds include a heated swimming pool and a golf putting green.
The estate was listed in February at $6.95 million by Mike Pesce and Ron Lanzillotta Jr. at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Laffey International Realty Inc. in Woodbury.
The sale closed on Aug. 27.
The seller was Oleg (Albert) Samilenko, president and owner of Fred Geller Inc., an electrical contractor in New York City.