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You Can Live in F. Scott Fitzgerland’s Great Gatsby Home for $3.8 Million

If Mean Girl Regina George's Toronto mansion, which hit the market yesterday, is out of your price range, you can still get your pop culture personality fix by taking up residence in the home where F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote one of American literature's greatest works

Yesterday we told you that Mean Girl Regina George’s fetch $15 million Bridle Path mansion is for sale. 

If that seems like an outrageous asking price but you simply must reside in a home oozing with pop culture personality, here’s something a little more affordable: F. Scott Fitzgerald’s suburban New York home, where it is believed to have written The Great Gatsby, is on the market for $3.8 million.

It features 5,000 square feet of Mediterranean grandeur complete with seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a music room and several fireplaces. Situated 32 kilometres outside of Manhattan, Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, lived in the home for two years to live among Long Island’s socialite community while penning the iconic Great Gatsby.

Not quite as ostentatious as Jay Gatsby’s West Egg mansion, but probably still impressive enough to attract a Daisy.


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