Great Gatsby House: The New York Mansion

April 1, 2022

The Great Gatsby is a novel that is like no other. It was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1925. Furthermore, it shows the life of one man and his interactions with a millionaire Jay Gatsby. This book is read by many teenagers in high school and people around the world. Moreover, a lot of the book was inspired by the New York area in the teens and twenties. Some of the homes that inspired locations talked about in the book are real homes in the New York City area. Check out the Great Gatsby house below.

Where Did Great Gatsby Live?

The house has seven bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms with nearly 9,000 square feet of space. This home was the inspiration behind the East Egg in the famous book The Great Gatsby. The home includes amenities such as a 4 car attached garage, great views, and a whopping nine fireplaces. Furthermore, there are 29 rooms in this home. It still looks like it is in great shape due to new owners trying to restore and maintain it. Finally, what do you think of this gorgeous place? Imagine being a millionaire in the 1920's walking around your New York mansion like Jay Gatsby.

Specifications: 

Bedrooms: 14

Bathrooms: 8

Square Feet: 8,882 sqft

Price: $48.5 Million (Sold in 2015)

Great Gatsby Address: S Hudson Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020

Great Gatsby Net Worth: $220 Million

Year Built: 1926

Photos: Great Gatsby House

Great Gatsby House

Great Gatsby House

Great Gatsby House

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