Long Island’s “Gold Coast” is dotted with many grand estates rich with history and stories of famous owners, but few if any have as long or more colorful history than Fort Hill. Standing majestically on a bluff overlooking the cerulean waters of Long Island Sound, Cold Spring Harbor and Oyster Bay, this 10-acre estate’s story began long before the Revolutionary War and has seen everything from English soldiers repelling rebels to celebrity guests enjoying a gala ball. High on a bluff overlooking the water with endless walkways, award-winning gardens, and a lighted staircase descending to 1800 feet of beach and a 160-foot deep-water dock, this magnificent 37-room, 1910 brick Tudor has been lovingly and impeccably restored to its former glory by its present owners sparing no expense and skipping no detail. Completely updated with all new heating, air-conditioning, electric and plumbing, the residence offers every creature comfort so sought after today while displaying all the charm and exquisitely crafted architectural detailing of its original design. High coffered ceilings, linenfold paneling, inlaid floors and intricate millwork combined with breathtaking visions of sunsets across the Sound and enthralling strolls through enchanting gardens create an unforgettable setting for romance, relaxation and entertaining on a level of regal proportions. Fort Hill includes an indoor squash court, separate wing with ballroom and expansive guest suite, a commercial-sized state-of-the-art kitchen, solarium, banquet-sized dining room, verandas, terraces, balconies and much more. Approached by a circular courtyard, the manse welcomes visitors through a porte cochère to a second circular courtyard. Reached by a separate drive, an impressive 5,000+ sq ft garage built by the present owner in 1994, closely resembles the main house.