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Open House Recap: Fashion Designers' Voguish Rooms, Inside Cornelia Guest's Templeton Estate and More

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Don't want to leave home to enjoy the nightlife? You can party 'til dawn at this $2,695,000, 5,000-square-foot house in Old Brookville, NY that boasts its own nightclub, complete with a dance floor, bar, lounge, chandelier cage, stripper pole, strobe light and fog machine. There are also five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in which your entourage can crash. For more information about this residence, contact Shawn Elliott of Shawn Elliott Luxury Homes And Estates at 516-695-6349.

This episode of Open House was hosted at 1150 5th Avenue, Apartment 10A, in New York City; contact brokers A. Laurance Kaiser IV at 917-859-3602 or Craig M. Dix at 917-567-0805 of Key-Ventures, Inc. for more information about this property.

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Inside the $11.9M Templeton Estate

Society swan Cornelia Guest invites us into Templeton, her family's magnificent country estate in Old Westbury, NY. With 11 bedrooms, six full baths and two half baths, the 11,532 square-foot brick Colonial manor house offers more than enough space for guests and boasts a swimming pool, tennis court, greenhouse and equestrian facilities. It's listed at $11,900,000; for more information about this property, contact Prudential Douglas Elliman brokers Kevin Daigh at 516-945-0202 and Wendy Grant at 516-383-3364.

American Fashion: Designers At The Aldyn

Top American fashion designers such as Josie Natori, Diane von Furstenberg and Elie Tahari have collaborated with prominent interior decorators, including Jonathan Adler and Malcolm James Kutner. The result? A stylish mix of runway-ready looks and home decor at Manhattan glass tower The Aldyn. The chic rooms are open to the public to benefit the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Check out our gallery of the showhouse.
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On last weekend's episode of Open House, we kicked off the show with fashion insiders such as Elie Tahari and Josie Natori, who both collaborated with interior designers on a superchic Manhattan showhouse to benefit the Council of Fashion Designers of America (watch the below video). Then we went behind the velvet rope at a 5,000-square-foot party pad with a nightclub in Old Brookville, NY, that’s now on the market for $2.7 million (see above video). Society swan Cornelia Guest opened up the doors of Templeton, her Old Westbury, NY estate (see below video). For small spaces, Gothic Cabinet Craft owner Ari Zaharopoulos showed us clever custom furniture that doubles as storage. Finally, Jonathan Adler, the guru of quirky, Technicolor furnishings, revealed how to get the South Beach chic look at home (see below video).

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