The Shirley family home of Frank Coraci, a film director who has worked extensively with Adam Sandler, is on the market for $1.4 million.
Built in 1990 by Coraci's father, developer Anthony Coraci, the 8,600-square-foot Georgian Federal-style house sits on 3 1/2 acres and has opulent touches that would even make Sandler's Billy Madison character jealous.
Features include hand-printed Gracie wallpaper, a brandy room outfitted with Biedermeier furniture, which stays with the house, and hand-painted Sherle Wagner bathroom fixtures.
There's also a home theater -- perfect for watching Coraci and Sandler's "The Wedding Singer" or "The Waterboy" -- and an indoor pool with a retractable glass roof.
"It's quite the masterpiece," says listing agent Natalie Lewis of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.