The New York mansion used for the 1986 comedy Money Pit, starring Tom Hanks and Shelley Long is back on the market. The Federal-style, three-storey home, nicknamed “Northway” was built in 1898 and has been meticulously restored. It first came on the market in June of 2014 for $12,500,000 before dropping to $8,495,000 later that year. It came back on the market in 2016 as low as $6,900,000 and remained there until it was recently reduced to $5,900,000.
The 14,000 square foot home is situated on 5.5-acres in Lattingtown, New York on Feeks Lane and features ebony wood floors; modern, high-end appliances; and stunning landscaping. The house boasts 23 rooms, which include eight bedrooms, eight full baths, a chef’s kitchen, a grand foyer, and a four-room master suite.
Additionally, there are eight fireplaces and the grounds hold a six-car garage, a herringbone brick veranda, an in-ground saltwater pool, and formal gardens.
It’s on the market for $5,900,000 with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty.