This gorgeous 47-acre estate is located at 212-228 Mt Holly Road in Katonah, NY. The original stone and shingle manor house, built in 1928, has been fully-renovated and expanded upon. It boasts 12,944 square feet of living space with 9 bedrooms, 7 full and 4 half bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms, 11 fireplaces, gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, 3-story great room, conservatory, wood paneled library, home theater, gym, multiple garages for 10+ cars and more. Outside there is a grand stone terrace, 80′ swimming pool, guest house, staff quarters and equestrian facilities. It is listed at $22,000,000.

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  • rob

    Really gorgeous and classy. This definitely has that old money feel to it. I love that it is an expanded old manor house that has been added to over time. The ivy on the walls is a great touch and the architecture is solid and beautiful without being pushy and overbearing. I like that it sits on a large lot. The neighborhood is quite beautiful as well. It looks very quiet and private. It seems to have all the amenities one could want in a great estate. It also looks like it is substantially devoted to horses. Does anyone know if Katonah is a town for the horsey set? Overall a beautiful old money estate on a gorgeous piece of land. Do not know if the price is right as I have never heard of Katonah.




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  • James

    Beautiful House Kenny, Thanks for Posting !!




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  • William

    Nice house and the name of the town is very nice too.




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  • Nick

    Way too cold inside.The only parts of the interior that I like is the spacious home theater room and the bathroom.

    Front exterior also seems unimpressive.




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  • Sam

    I love it! And its interesting that they’ve used aspects of colonial and georgian architecture but havent made the same cliche / symmetrical facade. The interior is classic and elegant, they havent used marble pillars or glittery stone tiles which is becoming overdone and looks slightly tacky. The bathroom and conservatory are the best features although I am quite surprised its $22 million, if I was retiring this would be my dream home.




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  • Mark

    I have discovered a flaw with the place. If you go to google maps (satellite)
    There seems to be an industrial size horse ranch right next door. They are so close that I bet it’s noisy with trucks, horses and horse shit smell.

    Interesting….




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    • Iemand

      Isn’t that part of the property? But still; the stuff behind the pool isn’t the best eye candy there is…
      I think the HUGE price is also (partly) because of those facilities.

      The house/terrain itself is very nice, best I’ve seen here in a while. I think I could make something extremely nice of the living room, kitchen looks great, theater has potential, bathroom is something special and the yard is great, simple but beautiful.

      Daniel said something about the bedroom; he’s right about that, the conservatory looks (to me) like that’s going to be a big sweatbox in the summer (why a fireplace in a room like that?)

      Pool is nice; I just love picture #12, but one thing is bugging me: why is there a GIANT FENCE around the pool? Is it mandatory to have one (I’ve read about that).
      It just looks so horrible with that fence. It would look so much better without…




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      • rob

        It is mandatory under NY law. An outside pool must be completely enclosed by a fence x feet high. At least they did not just put up a chain link fence like so many people do.




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        • Mark

          You are right – the facilities are part of it.
          They are substantial on the satellite shot.




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        • Iemand

          Thanks. So I was right. I guess it’s different for each state right? Like is it mandatory in Ca, or Oregon etc.?
          And why exactly? It looks so bad, it’s not to bad here, but I’ve seen so much horrible pools because of that…




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          • rob

            It is to keep toddlers and children from falling in when the pool is unattended. Huge legal and liability issues from having an unfenced pool.




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  • Daniel

    A very beautiful home that is in need of a fresher decor. Master bedroom is incredibly low. The door pulls in the kitchen need to be immediately replaced.




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  • Grrrowler

    Ah, finally: an estate to appreciate instead of an over-sized house shoehorned onto an under-sized lot.

    It’s a great house. Like as has been said, it has an old money feel to it; it’s grand without needing to shout about its impressiveness. It’s all very subtle, as a beautiful house should be. Any expansion that was done was done very sympathetically to the original design. I would update a decor a little bit but I like it as-is.




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  • Venom

    I absolutely love this place, it has that upscale resort, ski club, private golf club feel to it. The kitchen is big and fantastic and usable and the bathroom is excellent with that private club feel to it.

    I am surprised that something like this would even hit the open market. This is the kind of home that people come over to and ask you if you would like to sell it to them.




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  • matt c.

    Very well done.
    Reminds me of an English country home.
    The low ceilings in the bedroom and some other areas do appear to make it feel a bit cramped though.
    The Amdega sunroom is great and the exterior elevations have a truly classy feeling to them.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Well between this property and the Carlsbad one we just saw, I’ve found the perfect homes for both the left and right coasts. They couldn’t be more different from each other, but they’re both gorgeous. The word that pops into my mind about this home is “effortless”. The additions have been superbly done, and the original structure has certainly stood the test of time aesthetically. As others have said, some refreshed decor would do good things to the inside, but the home is glorious to begin with, so not much work is required. The ceiling does look a bit low in the master, but that’s probably the only major complaint I honestly have with this place. I love it.




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  • weisser

    Good price, great location, old money history… but strange location relative to the road for 47 acres, poor landscaping.




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