Sherrewogue An architectural beauty in a storybook setting. Escape to your own private one-of-a-kind 11.4 acre waterfront retreat! Enter a long gated white stone lined drive and let the magic begin. Roaring waterfalls, majestic water views, the sweet smell of roses and salt water set the tone for a delightful and memorabe experience. Originally built in 1689 for Adam Smith, this magnificent sprawling country manor house was expanded in 1710 and again later in 1895 by its noted architect, Stanford White, a flamboyant and popular designer for such luminaries as the Vanderbilts and Astors. Sherrewogue overlooks the Stony Brook Harbor from over 1000 feet of shore line and includes on its 11.4 acre property beautiful rolling countryside and a scenic spring-fed, stocked pond with waterfall and pond house. Additional structures on the property include a five-stall barn, a six-car garage, two utility sheds, a milk house converted to a guest house, an ice house now used as a gym, and a stone wood shed. A lovely inground pool, a vegetable garden, chicken coop, two gorgeous fields, a park, a floating dock and a glorious private beach complete this exceptional estate. Located in Head of the Harbor in St. James, New York, this one-of-a-kind enclave was completely renovated and is close to railway station, country clubs, yacht clubs, and Stony Brook University. Shown exclusively through Regina Rogers-516-314-0953.