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Located on Cove Neck in the heart of Long Island’s fabled North Shore estate country, this residence preserves the tranquility of the surrounding forest land and opens onto a spectacular panoramic view over the Sound. Nearby historic Oyster Bay boasts such landmarks as Wisteria House and the estates of Louis Comfort Tiffany and F.W. Woolworth. The area’s most colorful historical figure, President Theodore Roosevelt, whose three story mansion “Sagamore Hill” became the summer White House, rehearsed his famous “charge up San Juan Hill” on the steep face of Cooper’s Bluff where this residence now stands.