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Gatsby's Gold Coast: 8 grand estates

By Marnie Hunter, CNN
May 10, 2013 -- Updated 1359 GMT (2159 HKT)
Take a heady trip back to Jazz Age opulence on Long Island's Gold Coast, a wealthy retreat near New York City where F. Scott Fitzgerald set "The Great Gatsby." <a href='http://www.oheka.com' target='_blank'>Oheka Castle</a>, completed in 1919, was owned by financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn. The cost of construction at the time? $11 million ($110 million in today's dollars). Not bad for a summer home. Take a heady trip back to Jazz Age opulence on Long Island's Gold Coast, a wealthy retreat near New York City where F. Scott Fitzgerald set "The Great Gatsby." Oheka Castle, completed in 1919, was owned by financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn. The cost of construction at the time? $11 million ($110 million in today's dollars). Not bad for a summer home.
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Gilded Age glamour
Oheka Castle
Coindre Hall
Glen Cove Mansion
Frick Estate
Eagle's Nest
Eagle's Nest
Eagle's Nest
Westbury House
Old Westbury Gardens
Falaise
Coe Hall
Coe Hall
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