An enormous island with 6 houses and ties to J.P. Morgan is on sale for a whopping $125 million
For just the third time in nearly a century, the enormous Salutation Island has hit the market. For $125 million, you'd own the island's six homes and over 85 acres of land and water, according to Bloomberg.
The estate is located on the North Shore of Long Island and was first owned by J.P. Morgan's grandson, Junius Spencer Morgan III. Its most recent owner was socialite and real estate broker Margo Walker.
Below are highlights of the island and its amenities, which include a 27,000-square-foot mansion, 250-foot-long dock, horse stables, and an eight-car garage. The property is being sold by Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty. Let's take a look around.
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