In conjunction with Hallmark Abstract President Michael Haltman’s participation in the Long Island Fight for Charity, the firm is auctioning off a one-night stay in two luxurious rooms for up to four people at the incredible Oheka Castle on Long Island, New York!
‘Almost a century ago, financier and philanthropist Otto Hermann Kahn built OHEKA CASTLE in the middle of a 443 acre plot on the highest point on Long Island in Cold Spring Harbor, for an estimated cost of $11 million dollars ($110 million dollars in today’s currency). At the time of its construction, the French-style chateau was, and still is today, the second-largest private residence ever built in America. During the Gilded Age of the 1920’s, Kahn used the 109,000 square foot, 127 room estate as a summer home where he hosted lavish parties and regularly entertained royalty, heads of state, and Hollywood stars.’
Did you place your bid for the opportunity to live like royalty?
Oheka Castle Charity Update: New HIgh BId!
Stay at Oheka Castle for Charity!
Would You Like to Sleep Like Royalty in America’s Grandest Historic Castle?
Oheka Castle has generously donated Two Chateau Rooms for an overnight stay including breakfast for four the next morning to the Long Island Fight for Charity.
If you are not familiar with Oheka Castle it is truly spectacular and you can explore everything that it has to offer here: http://www.oheka.com/.
You can learn more about the Long Island Fight for Charity, Michael’s participation and the charities LIFFC has been serving for 10 years here: http://lifightforcharity.org/.
The value of the Oheka Castle package is $790 and a new high bid has just been received for $575!
Bidding will be done in $25 increments so that the next bid needs to be at the $600 level.
The stay is good through 11-25-2014 Monday thru Thursday.
Bidding will end September 20, 2013 at 12PM.
Let us know your bid by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and we will periodically be updating the high bid up until the bidding end date!
If you bid and are outbid you can always enter a new bid.