Take a look inside the $85M Long Island mansion that once belonged to a Soviet billionaire

Whether you want to experience the glamor of the Roaring ’20s or see what life was like for a Soviet billionaire, this $US85 million property on New York’s Long Island has you covered.

Built in 1928, this 8-acre Long Island estate has all the modern luxuries you would hope to get in a home of that price.

The estate was owned by Tamir Sapir, who emigrated from the former Soviet republic of Georgia and made his fortune in New York real estate. He died in 2014.

The current owner, whose identity is shrouded in mystery by a limited-liability corporation, bought the estate in 2013 for $US15.9 million but reportedly never moved in.

The mansion listed for $US100 million in 2015 with no takers. Paul Tyree of Laffey Real Estate has the new listing.

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