June 27, 2014 by Billionaire Addresses
Addresses of the Rich – It has been said, Old Westbury, NY, population of 4,700, is the second “richest” town in the United States, trailing behind only Palm Beach, Florida. A magazine previously dubbed the town “New York’s wealthiest suburb.”
Forbes, having done a study of “America’s Millionaire Capitals,” found that the average net worth of Old Westbury households was $19.6 million. The study included only households with incomes greater than $200,000, which virtually excluded only residents that are living in college dormitories and the staff of homeowners.
The village is famous for being the seat of many of New York’s – and America’s – wealthiest families, including the Phipps, Vanderbilts, Whitneys, Webbs, Du Ponts, Winthrops, Mortimers, Belmonts and Huttons. While many of these older families—the founding members of the social elite and those that emerged during the gilded age—still count members as Old Westbury residents. The village has also maintained a substantial set of industrialists, businessmen, collectors, athletes and entertainers since the gilded age began. Many of the original mansions of the countries elite still stand today. And many of the mansions and estates of Old Westbury have been kept in the original, beautiful condition they have had for over a century. And some mansions even still have descendents walking the halls and decorating the beautiful gardens.
So… being who we are we just had to take an aerial look at the second “Richest Town in the United States.” Most of the homes featured here are just the “regular” unknown mansions of Old Westbury.
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More billionaire addresses with beautiful mansions from the towns of Long Island, New York coming soon.
Have a great day everyone! Do something nice for someone this weekend!