A 48-acre Lloyd Harbor waterfront estate with three homes and two helipads has listed for $55 million, according to the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island.
Sassafras, as it is known, comes with a pool and a tennis court as well as unusual amenities such as a barbershop and a fallout shelter, the real estate listing says.
The largest house in the compound is a 22,000-square-foot Tudor with 48-foot ceilings and views of the Long Island Sound. It has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and four half-baths. It was built in 1987.
The other two homes, each about 5,000 square feet, include a log cabin. There is an exercise path and a private beach with a pier.
Annual property taxes are $293,765.
Public records show that the house belongs to Manhattan-based LaVal Properties Corp. N.V.
The property is listed with Laffey Real Estate and Brown Harris Stevens.