The scene is reminiscent of Gatsby . . .
of parties on the Gold Coast at the turn of the century.
History of The Iconic Gold Coast Property
Picture a rose and a golden sunset over the Long Island Sound, a group of friends, cocktails in hand, turn to admire the view through curving French windows that stretch the length of the ballroom. Soft music plays as the last of the guests come in from the terrace and the party gathers momentum. The scene is reminiscent of Gatsby, of parties on the Gold Coast at the turn of the century. Though the time is the present, the setting, fittingly enough, is a longtime North Shore landmark, The Sea Cliff Manor (formerly the Sans Souci)
Decorated in soft hues of cream, it still maintains the graciousness that its original designer must have intended when built at the turn of the century. A curving glass façade revealing a lovely view of the Long Island Sound, a large stone fireplace that glows with an inviting warmth in winter, and graceful columns that add architectural interest. When your guests arrive they are greeted at the door with champagne in fluted glasses. Another detail is that it accommodates only one function at a time. It is all yours for the entire afternoon or evening, allowing you to be a guest at your own party. Whether it is a wedding indoors or outdoors beneath a flower-bedecked trellis, the Sea Cliff Manor pays attention to detail. They are known for their fine restaurant quality cuisine, prepared by their Executive Chef. Each menu is custom designed to fulfill each host or hostesses individual desire.