ROSE MANOR REBORN - QUOGUE ESTATE SECTION
Rose Manor, located in the coveted Estate Section of Quogue, is one of the last remaining examples of the extravagant "cottages" of the Gilded Age. Reputed to be one of the final masterpieces of legendary architect Stanford White, the stately 31-room mansion and the 3.4 +/- acre manicured grounds have been transported back to their original grandeur after undergoing a meticulous three-year restoration. The property now includes every modern amenity while retaining its original character. Originally commissioned in 1906 by the Greeff textile family, the estate was purchased 50 years later by Eileen and Gerry Ford, founders of Ford Models. This architectural masterpiece is now available for the next generation to enjoy. Prepare to be hypnotized by the rhythm of the Atlantic Ocean and savor the clean sea air as you unwind by the saltwater pool or curl up with a book on one of the numerous porches.