Look Inside A $10 Million Mansion That Was Featured In The Wolf Of Wall Street

In Mill Neck, New York, a famous mansion is on sale for $10 million (via Zillow). Several popular shows and movies have been filmed here including "Elementary," "The Loudest Voice," and "The Wolf of Wall Street," as per Robb Report. This photo-ready property is beautifully maintained and there are many different locations around the massive house perfect for filming. The 15,000-square-foot home on 5 acres of land is being sold by Douglas Elliman, who holds the listing.

Seller Ralph Bianculli, a longtime equestrian, custom-built the eight-figure estate in 2010. He made sure that he would have plenty of room for his horses, while also not being too far from the city; it is roughly a 50-minute drive from the home to Manhattan. By looking at the listing, you can see how a character like Jordan Belfort would adore this residence. With a large saltwater pool, tons of privacy, and plenty of room to land a helicopter on the lawn, this incredible house is ready to accommodate even the biggest personality.

The beautiful five-acre grounds

The outside of this estate screams luxury. Even from an aerial view, you'll notice the sprawling driveway, maintained garden, and three terraces. With a closer look, residents will notice even more. According to the listing on Douglas Elliman, the home is only five minutes away from Oyster Bay Village, which is a wonderful community full of great restaurants and shops. It's also nearby the Belmont Racetrack, the Hamptons, and a few great parks. Though, before enjoying these, you can let yourself into the gated property and find the vast horse pastures, riding ring, and equestrian trails. As told by the New York Post, this property is made for horses. More than 100 racehorses have been bred on the grounds by the previous owner.

If you aren't too familiar with horses, there are still plenty of things around the estate to keep guests and yourself entertained. This includes the raised-bed cook's garden, spa, waterfalls, and plenty of grassy lawn for all kinds of activities. For guests who prefer to relax, comfortable seating is found around the pool, near the outdoor kitchen, and on all three balconies. Pour yourself a glass and enjoy the warm air in this region of Long Island.

Six bedrooms spread across two floors

This magnificent home features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms, per Zillow. The primary bedroom is found on the second level and it includes an ensuite bathroom, a huge walk-in closet, a sitting room with a fireplace, and it connects to a smaller bedroom next door. The bathroom connected to the primary suite is stunning. The room uses a walk-in steam shower, an oversized tub, double sinks, and a stall for the toilet. Many of the other rooms and bathrooms in the residence have similar features. Each uses the same beautiful hardwood floor and large windows. Many of them also have their own ensuite bathrooms with steam showers or tubs.

The gourmet kitchen on the first floor carries the theme of luxury through the house. Highlights include an expensive chandelier, an enormous kitchen island, and custom cabinetry. The kitchen is certainly meant for serving large parties which the house is no stranger to. Ralph Bianculli told Robb Report that he's hosted several family gatherings of 200 or more people in the home as well as his daughter's wedding, which boasted at least 300 guests.

All the fun on the lower level

On chiller days in Long Island, the estate is prepared to entertain visitors and residents alike. The lower level is filled with fun including a theater room, a home gym, a hot tub room, a large wet bar, and two recreation rooms, as seen on Douglas Elliman. When you've made your way down to the basement, you first come upon the mahogany bar which can accommodate eight people. It includes lots of cabinets and shelves to store every glass you'll need and every alcohol you'd want to fill them with. Nearby, you'll find the wine cellar, if you prefer pinot noir to martinis. The 14 x 14 foot wine room is outfitted with brick and other d├ęcor that gives it a vintage feel.

In its own room, across the lower level, guests find the spa room that perfectly fits a hot tub and a television that is mounted above a working brick fireplace. The room is lined with windows so you can decide exactly how much light and privacy you prefer. Although residents of this private estate shouldn't have to worry about nosy neighbors.