Introducing Watch Hill Farm estate. Previously owned by Claude Philippe of the Waldorf Astoria, was the birthplace of the “April in Paris” Ball attended by Grace Kelly, Duke and Duchess of Windsor, as well as New York and European high society. Originally purchased from Crosby Gage, a Broadway producer and organizer of the Wine and Food society. The main residence features five bedrooms, five baths, and six fireplaces. Early twentieth century furniture finishes, and decor imported from France. Fine historic details abound including a beautiful formal dining room and cozy library. Open kitchen design with a Butler’s pantry and fireplace. Wine cellar with bottle capacity in the thousands.
Sunroom that opens to a terrace enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, private lawns and endless stonework. Pavilion overlooks stunning pool with pool house.
Four Additional Living Units between the converted 19th Century Barn and it’s stunning loft like spaces, Carriage House, & Ice House. All of this located just thirty miles north of Manhattan