This 12.6 acre lakefront estate is located at 5 Cowdray Park Drive in the heart of Conyers Farm in Armonk, NY. Dubbed Linwood, this Neoclassical home was built in 1993 and boasts 12,560 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 2-story foyer, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room, study, 2-story library, gourmet kitchen, solarium and more. The grounds offer tiered gardens, stone embankments, numerous footpaths, swimming pool and a pool house. It is listed at $14,900,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Daniel

    Very odd house. Favorite part is the rear exterior. The rooms look a little random. Kind of funny how photo 5 stands out from all the others.




    0



    0
  • John L.

    I like this house a lot, but the kitchen is too small and dated for $15 million.




    0



    0
  • richvanc

    What a strange house! Looks better from the back than from the front, but the real problems start on the inside…strange angles, very awkward kitchen, and then all the bedrooms “dainty”. The study is okay, and I guess the lake is hidden by all those trees… so is it really a “lake-front estate”?




    0



    0
  • Tay

    hmm. I wonder if they could say this place is in Greenwich? It’s right on the line lol. I think it would justify the price a little more….




    0



    0
    • george

      The house is in Conyers Farm. There is a central mail pick up at the security office, so, it does have a Greenwich Ct. mailing address.




      0



      0
      • NOVA Ben

        Ah you’re right, george, that’s why I couldn’t get a hit on bing maps using “Armonk”. So how does that work? Mailing address is Greenwich CT, but the house physically sits in NY…




        0



        0
  • Grrrowler

    The back is much better than the front, but it’s not much of a horse race. The interior is, as others have said, a geometric mess. The library ladder is ludicrous; there’s no way to hang on to it at that angle while trying to pick out a book. The bedrooms look like they are from a pseudo-Victoria B&B. The kitchen is sub-par at best, made worse by the bloomers hanging in the window. There are some beautiful houses in the area (at least the exteriors are beautiful) and I’m sure the acreage in the area warrants a certain price, but this house is not good and I can’t imagine paying this much for it.




    0



    0
    • NOVA Ben

      The ladder in the library probably extends out at a different angle when you actually want to use it




      0



      0
  • NOVA Ben

    This place is pretty dated all around. As others have said, the rear facade is the high point, it’s very pretty to me, but I don’t like the front. Heavy redecorating will bring the interior up to par, but I’m not a fan of all the triangular transoms, and those are harder to change. No thanks.




    0



    0
  • Charlie

    Thanks for a lovely home. I love those cathedral-style ceilings and the internal balconies. And the rear of the home looks fantastic.




    0



    0