How Would You Feel Moving Into This Chappaqua Compound?
The 10-acre estate has a stately eight-bedroom main house along with a cabana/guesthouse, carriage house and a barn.
Location: 780 King St., Chappaqua
Description: If your multigenerational family has notions of living in one compound, with plenty of room to spread out and have both togetherness and privacy, this 10-acre King Street estate in Chappaqua may be just the ticket. The property includes a majestic Neoclassic Greek Revival main house, along with a one-bedroom cabana/guesthouse with its own systems, eight-room carriage house at the rear of the property and a barn.
Originally built in 1904, the 7,223-square-foot main house has had several updates over the years. It boasts eight bedrooms, six full bathrooms and two partial baths. The custom mahogany kitchen now has pastoral-inspired tile details and glass cabinetry to go with the original subway tile encased hearth, and the formal library has Napoleon-style boiserie.
Architectural and elegant design details include six iconic columns on the front patio, concave ceiling corners with the original egg-and-dart and dentil moldings, pilasters, 10-foot-7-inch ceilings, 7-foot windows, French doors, and a timeless symmetrical floor plan.
Asking price: $2,295,000, with estimated annual taxes of $57,908
Selling points: A notable outdoor amenity is the swimming pool, complete with a waterfall and built into a hill overlooking Tercia Pond. There is also a three-car detached garage. And you’re just minutes from the heart of Chappaqua, one of Westchester’s most sought-after communities thanks at least in part to the Clintons.
Listing agents: Jessica Murphy and Melissa Colabella, William Pitt Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty.