The Long Island estate that inspired the eponymous movie is now on the market.

Take a step back to the Roaring Twenties alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. This 14,551 square-foot, 18-bedroom castle sits on 7.7 acres of gated land on Long Island’s Kings Point. Built in 1928, the colonial-style mansion is at the center of Nassau County village and offers breathtaking views of New York City.

The estate includes a lazy river, an outdoor pool with a slide and swim-up bars, a tennis court, Japanese-English gardens and koi ponds. Where the water meets and beats on the property edge sits a long private pier, suitable for docking a 200-foot yacht. On the inside of the mansion, guests can find an in-home hair salon and wine-tasting room with a full cellar.

Not feeling the party? The estate has plenty of space for guests to go off on their own with two separate guest homes that together boast indoor pools, a bowling alley, casino and a shooting range.

And don’t forget the two-level garage sized for nine vehicles and outfitted with a hydraulic lift, perfect for a golden Rolls Royce…for every member of the family!