Rocker Mick Jagger and director Martin Scorsese spent weeks meandering through the living room and dining room and wandering through the backyard at this Sands Point home listed for $9.1 million while shooting for the new HBO series “Vinyl.”
The 1.5-acre property was on lockdown during filming, which took place in the summers of 2014 and 2015, says Jill Berman of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, listing agent for the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom, two-half-bathroom home. There was 24-hour security as Jagger and Scorsese worked on the series, about the music industry in the 1970s.
“They changed the décor to reflect the time,” says Berman. “We were not even allowed to show the house.
The house is on the Long Island Sound with views of Manhasset Bay, so there are water views from all the main rooms. The Colonial, built in 1926, is nearly 9,000 square feet and also has a pool and private dock leading to 300 feet of beachfront.
“It’s the most incredible spot,” Berman says.
There are two family rooms as well as a dining room, kitchen and living room, all with doors leading outside.
“Vinyl” is scheduled to premiere on Valentine’s Day. Jagger and Scorsese helped create the series.