An estate in Orient Point, NY, once owned by composer and pianist Joseph Willard Roosevelt, the late grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt, sold for $3.57 million,
The Long Island home sits on 5.7 acres.
Roosevelt and his wife, Carol Adele (Russell) Roosevelt, commissioned local architect Elizabeth Thompson, who still lives in Orient Village, to design and build their home on the North Fork.
The estate includes a private alley lined with sycamore trees leading to the house.
At 2,900 square feet, it comes with three to four bedrooms, three baths, two fireplaces, a music room, a den and a screened-in porch.
Landscaping includes a pond, fruit trees, perennial, herb and vegetable gardens, and several outbuildings.
The listing broker was Lori Feelen of Town & Country Real Estate.