A Long Island equestrian estate that was featured in 'The Wolf of Wall Street' is on the market for $10 million — take a look inside

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The exterior of the house.
The exterior of the house.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty
  • A Long Island mansion featured in Martin Scorsese's 2013 film "Wolf of Wall Street" is listed for $10 million.

  • The 4.95-acre equestrian estate comes with a wine cellar, a ten-stall stable, and a saltwater pool.

  • The property is located 25 miles from the Belmont Racetrack, a horse racing facility.

A 4.95-acre equestrian estate in Mill Neck, New York, that was featured in Martin Scorsese's 2013 film 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' is on the market for $9.99 million.

The exterior of the house.
The exterior of the house.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

In "The Wolf of Wall Street," the estate was used as the home of Jordan Belfort, the character played by Leonardo DiCaprio. Only the exterior was used in the film, Nancy Raia, a senior public relations manager from Douglas Elliman, told Insider.

This is not the first time the house has been on the market. The owners first listed the six-bedroom residence in May 2015 for $14.5 million, per listing records. It was relisted in June 2021 at the same price. Since April, it's been listed at $9.99 million.

Houses in the area have a median listing home price of $750,000, per data from real-estate platform Realtor.com. There are currently 1,034 single-family home listings, with prices that range from $249,990 to $38 million.

Regina Rogers from Douglas Elliman Real Estate holds the listing.

Constructed in 2010, the sprawling three-story manor was designed like a French chateau, complete with a huge turret and high ceilings.

The living area
The living area.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

"The quality of construction is felt throughout," Rogers told Insider. "Some of my other favorite features that set this home apart from the rest include all the floor-to-ceiling windows, the balconies set off all the principal rooms, and the main principal bedroom suite."

The open-concept kitchen has custom wood cabinetry and appliances, including a brick pizza oven and three dishwashers.

The kitchen
The kitchen.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

The formal dining room is accessible through a butler's pantry, which comes with a wet bar and wine cooler.

Scenes from two other television shows — "Elementary," starring Lucy Liu, and "The Loudest Voice," starring Russell Crowe — have also been filmed at the house.

The dining room.
The dining room.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

"The location is prime, right in the heart of the Village of Mill Neck on Calf Farm Road," Rogers said.

It's located 5 minutes from the waterfront community of Oyster Bay Village, 45 minutes from the Hamptons, and 50 minutes from Manhattan, per the listing.

There are six bedrooms in the house, including a large primary suite.

The primary suite.
The primary suite.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

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There are seven bathrooms in the house.

One of the bathrooms in the house.
One of the bathrooms in the house.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

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Other amenities in the mansion include a wine cellar, a bar, and a hot tub room.

The wine cellar
The wine cellar.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

Source: Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Outside, there's a heated saltwater pool, a pond with a waterfall, and a barn.

The house has a pool and a pond.
The house has a pool and a pond.Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Realty

The ten-stable barn comes with a tack room and an apartment for a farm manager, per the listing. It's 25 miles from a popular horse racing facility, the Belmont Racetrack.

Rogers said the home offers the best of both worlds, noting that it "has a commanding presence but offers extreme privacy."

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