Market Watch: Historic And Modern Intersect On The 1875 Bedford Hills Estate
Enjoy 8.5 acres of beautiful, usable land at “Broadlawns.”
Photos Courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence
What’s to like?
History meets modernity in “Broadlawns,” an updated 1875 estate, nestled on more than 8 acres of property in Bedford Hills. The countless fascinating features on this historic eight-bedroom Colonial property include four period fireplaces, soaring ceilings, a wood-paneled library, antique wood beams, and period millwork and moldings throughout. Separate sets of French doors lead from the formal living room to a covered porch (ideal for lounging on warm summer nights) and from the formal dining room to a second covered porch.
While the estate itself is an architectural masterpiece, it was the expansive land that first attracted owner Dr. Joseph T. Paglia. “The beauty of the open land was the main draw,” says Paglia. “We have access to 8.5 expansive acres of level, usable land.” Also included on the sprawling property is a small three-bedroom cottage with its own driveway, a massive high-frame antique barn with horse stalls and a pasture, and in-ground heated pool with a pool house complete with outdoor showers and a kitchenette. Other bonus features: specimen plantings and a gorgeous horse chestnut tree. The spacious grounds and finished guest amenities make the property perfect for hosting weekend guests or even for renting.
62 Succabone Rd, Bedford Hills
$2,300,000 (reduced from $2,595,000)
8 bedrooms | 7.5 baths | 5,437 square feet
Katherine D. Morgan,
(914) 391-5453, Houlihan Lawrence;