Governor Andrew Cuomo's grand former home in Douglaston, Queens, has gone up for sale. And it's not just good to look at -- the house has history. It was designed by "The Great Gatsby" author F. Scott Fitzgerald's architect, whose next design for Fitzgerald is thought to have inspired the lavish setting of the book.
Gov. Cuomo's grand former home in Douglas Manor, Douglaston, is up for rental. The house is a replica of F. Scott Fitzgerald's home in Great Neck, and has a distinct Great Gatsby look.