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Long Island Home of F. Scott Fitzgerald Seeks $3.9 Million
May 22nd, 2015 2:47 PM

The Long Island house where F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in the early 1920s—and where he began writing “The Great Gatsby,” his best known work—is listed for $3,888,888.

Built in 1918, the Mediterranean-style home measures over 5,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms. The listing agents are Inbar Mitzman and Nurit Weiss of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, who said the house has been updated over the years.

The home has original details such as a wood-burning fireplace, arched windows overlooking the property and crown moldings, Ms. Mitzman said. A room above the garage that Mr. Fitzgerald is believed to have used for writing is now used as a bedroom, she said.


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