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ENGLISH MANOR ESTATE

US / New York
Listed By: Brenda Bauer Hardt
Location ID: #999-15625
1930's Stately English Manor Estate just 35 miles from New York City. An extraordinary architectural manor masterpiece custom built for the Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank. This magnificent English Manor, majestically set on 13 private acres at the top of an idyllic country road brings to life the feel of timeless European architecture, the days of grand parties and lavish entertaining. Elegant and irreplaceable level of master craftsmanship featuring leaded glass windows, quarter-sawn oak floors, rich paneling, numerous period limestone fireplaces and intricate plasterwork. A grand front-to-back entry hall with stone fireplace and arched glass doors overlooking the garden sets the tone of this extraordinary residence and effortlessly opens to each of the detailed living spaces that offer expansive entertaining and film shooting areas. 13,000 sq. feet, 7 bedrooms, 2 expansive kitchens, pool, 5 garages and a 2 bedroom guest cottage. Easy access and full privacy with 3 large driveways / entrances. The house is available for short or long term editorial shooting, series, films and special events. Possible availability to stay in house while filming. The Manor has updated expansive electrical capacity, AC and large generators.

Location Category:

  • HOUSES - Mansions / Estates

Architecture Style:

  • Architectural
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  • English Tudor
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  • Period 1920s - 1930s

Location Address


Armonk, NY 10504
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Contact Details

Brenda Bauer Hardt

Phone: 917.821.2666
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