An extraordinarily private New York residence recently appeared on the open market tagged at $4.9 million. The property, a .71-acre island off the Coast of Westchester County, is anchored by a three-floor Mediterranean Revival; a guest house on the estate brings the total interior space to 7,796 sq. ft.
The property dates to 1917. It is accessed by a private arch bridge, and begins with a paver motor court, lawns dotted with mature trees, and a pool. A covered entry with a tile floor gives way to interiors, where a series of fine details emerge: stenciled beams, glossy inlaid marble tile and oak floors, a carved fireplace mantel, ornate milled plaster, panoramic wall covering.
There are six bedrooms on the property. Outdoor living spaces include two tiled terraces, both positioned over water. An unusual opportunity to claim a singular living style that hasn’t been offered for sale for three decades.