Monday, May 2, 2016

The Captain Marion Eppley Residence

The Captain Marion Eppley residence, a c. 1790 house with alterations by William Lawrence Bottomley in Oyster Bay Cove.  The Eppley residence is currently for sale for $9,500,000, click HERE to see the listing on Daniel Gale Sotheby's.  Click HERE for more on the Eppley residence and HERE to see the house on bing.

Photos from MLSLI.


The Ancient said...

Taxes: 63906.87
Additional Village Taxes: 10876.65


Tyngsboro said...

I'm surprised that no one has commented that Marion Eppley also owned "Beacon Rock," the former Edwin D. Morgan ( ref. "Wheatly" at Old Westbury )estate overlooking Newport Harbor ~ and like the Long Island estate, designed by McKim, Mead and White. Eppley was an electrical genius who established the lucrative Eppley Labs in Newport and was married to Ethelberta Pyne Russell an heiress to the Moses Taylor banking and railroad fortune. Eppley was a member of Newport's Clambake Club, Spouting RocK ( Bailey's ) Beach, Reading Room, Newport Casino, Ida Lewis Yacht Club, New York Y.C., Knickerbocker, Colony and Metropolitan Clubs, New York City, Princeton Club, N.J., Jekyll Island Club, Everglades and Bath and Tennis Clubs in Palm Beach, and the Royal Societies Club of London, England. His winter residence was at 210
el Brillo Way in Palm Beach.

Linda said...

So beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Off topic. Dowling will close it's doors on June 3rd. Any insights as to what may happen to Idlehour?