Rough Rider's Muttontown home for sale

Valerie Kellogg, Newsday home editor and Rich Cribs blogger, showcases some of the Island's most exclusive properties on News 12 Tuesday, including a 7-1/2-acre Muttontown estate, The Mansion at Stone Hill. The estate was built in 1902 for Wall Street baron and Teddy Roosevelt Rough Rider B.K. Stevens and designed by the firm that created Grand Central Terminal. (Oct. 22, 2013)

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