ARMONK, N.Y. For an easy $7.7 million dollars, a beautiful English manor-style mansion sitting on multiple acres of property can be yours. The home, located on 21 Whippoorwill Road in Armonk, recently hit the market and is filled with amenities.
Originally built in 1929, the 8,900 square-feet house features six bedrooms with six full bathrooms and two half bathrooms and sits on 12 acres of property. The Daily News featured the house in an Oct. 11 article by Jason Sheftell that highlighted the property known as Waterbury Farm.
In the article, Sheftell emphasized the luxurious details inside the home.
The home has arched doorways, four or five staircases, two living rooms, several wings, servants quarters, an original boiler room, state-of-the-art security system and a storage area as long and thin as a bowling alley, Sheftell wrote. Original details in the master suite include bronze hardware on the windows and diamond-shaped windows that open over a juliet balcony. A bathtub on what used to be a sleeping porch looks out onto the 3-acre orchard.
On the estate outside of the home is a pool, poolhouse, a 4-stall stable with cobblestone floors, a separate multiple car garage and a guest house, according to the homes listing . It also features grass paddocks, a riding ring and a view that looks over the nearby Kensico Reservoir.
The home is located within the Byram Hills Central School District.
The property is listed by Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate and its agents Lisa Koh and Sally Slater.
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