Magnificent, stately estate built in 1870 sits peacefully and majestically at the southwest shore of Lake Gleneida. This secluded, private retreat features a Main house (4,821 sqft.), a Guest house (2,160 sqft.), a Greenhouse, an Additional Buildable Parcel, several Outbuildings, and a Five Car Garage. This estate is cradled within mature evergreens, sprawling lawns and breath taking water views. Main home is a 19th century Victorian featuring three levels to include 13 rooms, 8 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, large eat-in farmhouse kitchen, butler's pantry, parlor, formal dining room, living room, grand foyer, wood burning fireplaces, hard wood floors, soaking tubs, and architectural details throughout. The historic interior showcases Old World Charm including intricate stained-glass windows, magnificent staircase railings, pocket doors, original fixtures, plasterwork, decorative woodwork, and delightful surprises at every turn. Relax or entertain on the large wrap around porch and enjoy the spectacular panorama of Lake Gleneida. This astonishing property overlooks the Hamlet of Carmel, with the pleasure of luscious sweeping lawns in a private retreat. The Guest House is currently a showcase of American art and history and features two levels to include 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and 5 car garage. This extremely charming and most beautiful estate is rich in history and is sited on 5.2 picture perfect acres. Conveniently located to shopping, schools, railroad, and easy access within an hour to NYC. This is truly a rare opportunity to own a piece of paradise in a nostalgic setting.
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Listing information last updated on August 5th, 2021 at 1:50am CDT.