This timeless colonial mansion is located at 85 Round Hill Road in Armonk, NY and is situated on 6.6 acres. It was built in 2002 and features 9,783 square feet of living space on 4 floors with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, spacious foyer, formal living and dining rooms, home office, open concept gourmet country kitchen and 2-story great room area, breakfast room, screened-in porch with fireplace, game room, media room, recreation room, 3-car garage, swimming pool, guest cottage and more. It is listed at $5,295,000.

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  • Sam

    Quite surprised this house sits on six acres, the rear gardens look small. The front garden is lacking that well-maintained appeal, the hedges look overgrown and out of place. I’m not too keen on the house itself, the slightly off-white shutters don’t do any favors, nothing stands out for me. The interior is alright, the dinning room in-particular I can imagine in a housekeeping magazine.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Not a fan of that open kitchen/family room/breakfast room suite in homes. Or 2-story rooms unless it’s a foyer. But I do like the stairs and the fact that theirs a fireplace in the breakfast area.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Really? I love open concept rooms like that!




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      • Limedaiquar

        I like privacy so if I was going to build a home, every room would have a door.




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        • NOVA Ben

          Do you by any chance live in England? All their houses seem to be like that.




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          • Limedaiquar

            I live in Chicago. Lol. But I love how England homes are built. Not the tacky classic exterior with the super modern interior though. Bleh




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  • Daniel

    Overall, it’s a nice house. I can’t decide if I like the shabbiness Sam mentioned or not. I guess it would depend on my mood. Seems like it would be a nice family home.




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  • Grrrowler

    First, there are major points off for the garages facing the main entry the way they do. With six acres to work with, it would have been easy job to reorient the garages.

    The front of the house does look unkempt, almost like the lawn was mowed for the listing photos but the overgrown hedges with weeds in the beds were left untouched. Some pruning, and a little color, wouldn’t hurt. Other than that, and the misoriented garages, it’s nice country colonial.

    The interior looks like, if not overly exciting. It could be a comfortable home, but it needs some updating so it doesn’t look so dated.




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  • mak
    • Grrrowler

      I like the house in that movie a lot better than this one.




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  • lambskin

    I like the exterior. The interior has crap furniture and art. Me thinks that the home has been vacant for a while and that it is poorly staged with cheapo furniture.




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  • Chris

    I just hate colonials with a fiery passion.




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    • Jeff P.

      Ditto. So much white too. Just like Armonk.




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      • mak

        bwahahahaha! Soooo true!




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        • NOVA Ben

          HA, we all know that silly ol’ Armonk!




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  • marc22

    A very pleasant house. Not trying to be what it’s not. Just enough open floor plan, large rooms and high ceilings without going overboard.




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  • Mark
  • NOVA Ben

    I like this…not sure why. The exterior is clean, simple Colonial. I might paint the shutters a slightly more contrasting color. I do agree with Grrrowler that the garage doors face the wrong way though.

    Inside could be much nicer with some more color, but looks comfortable and calmly elegant. Considering the home is on 6 acres, I think it sits too close to the road.




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  • Tylor

    This house was used in The Stepford Wives!!!




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