‘Wolf of Wall Street’ mansion hits the market for $10 million

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For $9,995,000, one lucky millionaire can buy a piece of movie history. Located at 324 Calf Farm Road, this New York listing is one of a kind. It’s luxurious, it’s lavish and it was featured in Martin Scorsese’s blockbuster, “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

Described in the listing as an equestrian estate with 4.95 manicured acres of land equipped for training trophy-winning race horses, the centerpiece of the property is the extravagant 15,000 square-foot country-style mansion.

“As you turn onto this winding road, you may feel transported to Kentucky for all you see at first are white split rail fences that carve out emerald paddocks and line driveways to grand residences,” the listing said. “As you pass, a horse may lift its head from grazing as if to say, welcome. You are in a unique Gold Coast enclave where equestrian minded folks are next-door neighbors, each on a multiacre estate, along with others who enjoy secluded estates off the wooded cul-de-sac. At the end of a long, gated drive stands a magnificent, almost fairytale-like 15,000-square-foot country manor.”

While the manor can surely hold its own with the best luxury homes on the market, it is the outdoor offerings that set this equestrian estate apart.

“Its massive turret and steeply pitched roof remind you of a French chateau,” the listing said. “Standing amidst five breathtaking acres of rolling manicured lawns boasting a circular front courtyard with fountain, an attached oversized four-car garage, a cooks garden, and a spectacular rear entertainment complex with inground, heated, saltwater pool, expansive bluestone patios, gorgeous plantings, mood lighting, separate spa with fountain, an outdoor kitchen, bar, a waterfall cascading down a rocky hillside into a koi pond; and a grand stone, bridal, double staircase ascending to the house. Farther up the property, with its own long driveway, parking area, and paddocks, stands a ten-stable barn, with tack room and farm manager apartment.”

The mansion itself features amenities sure to impress even the fanciest of guests.

“Whether you love horses or not, you will fall in love with the heart of this estate,” the listing said. “The six-bedroom, seven-full and two-half-bath, stucco-and-stone mansion with three pristine and elegant finished floors, wraparound balconies and veranda, spacious rooms, high ceilings (some two-story), and an open flowing floor plan ideal for entertaining on a grand scale. Imagine your horse winning the Belmont Stakes and everyone is invited to celebrate at the event of the season in your home. This is that kind of house, made to hold and serve a very large crowd of guests. Yet, from the minute you enter, you will feel at home. It radiates a comfortable, perhaps even romantic ambiance, a place to relax and enjoy being you.”

The property has been featured in a number of Hollywood films.

“Thanks to this estates unique country horse farm appearance and its grand country home, it has served as a setting in three major productions. In 2013 a scene from’ The Wolf of Wall Street,’ directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio with Rob Reiner (in the scene) was shot at the paddock. Two scenes from popular video series were also shot here. They included and hosted Lucy Lui in ‘Elementary,’ and ‘The Loudest Voice,’ starring Russell Crow, who lived in the manor for four months during shooting (according to the owner).”

Listing by Regina Rogers and Douglas Elliman