Our industry doesn’t generally need an excuse to dust off the ol’ “they don’t make them like they used to,” but in this instance it’s the honest truth. Minutes from Chappaqua’s vibrant village and humming Metro North electric trains sits a neoclassical estate that, barring necessary modern additions, was seemingly forgotten by time. The spacious manse, framed by a dramatic colonnaded facade, sits sequestered into nearly 10 acres of lakeside bliss, with true compound amenities that include a carriage house, pool house and barn. Grand-scale interiors are richly appointed with old world detailing, like tray ceilings, plasterwork and milled hardwood. A spacious upstairs terrace, adorned with wrought iron railings, channels the famed balconies of the French Quarter.
Watch below and you’ll see what we mean: