Live Like the Wolf on Wall Street: Myron Goldfinger House Goes Back on the Market

Breaking news! A beautiful, light filled and classically Myron Goldfinger house is back on the market. Architect Myron Goldfinger – designer of Jordan Belfort’s hedonistic home in the film The Wolf on Wall Street, understood how to create outrageous luxury and today another of his creations is up for grabs.

Home of Jordan Belfort in Martin Scorsese’s Wolf on Wall Street

Why You Ought to Know Myron Goldfinger

Not only did Goldfinger draw up a house, so playful, bold and boisterous as to be used to illustrate the home of the most lavish, excessive millionaire that Michael Scorsese could depict; he was an epic designer of luxury with a long legacy of buildings, rarely seen by the general public.

The Cove Castles, Anguilla

Goldfinger designed the Cove Castles in 1985, as well as the Altamer Resort in Anguilla, but is best known for his publication Villages in the Sun on Mediterranean architecture.

A Goldfinger designed home in Montague, New Jersey

The House For Sale

In keeping with Goldfinger’s style, this house -designed in 1977, is just fifteen miles from New York city. It has a V-shape plan with one facade opening out onto the forest allowing light to pour in through the stretch of windows.

Within the forest of a gated community, here you can experience living with a perfect balance of openness and privacy. The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a living room with a wood burning fire, a dining room, media room, galley kitchen and library/office.

Wouldn’t it be a dream to live in the house of such a legendary designer? Well surprisingly, you don’t have to be a ‘wolf on wall street’ to do so, it is currently for sale with a guide price of $699,000. Mind boggling, isn’t it.

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