Top Houlihan Lawrence Luxury Home Sales in Westchester County
There's no doubt that 2010 was a challenging year for luxury real estate, yet we are happy to report that the year ended with some top-tier sales for Westchester County. Houlihan Lawrence was pleased to have participated in many of these top sales. Here are a few of our premier listings that closed in 2010:
Wildflower Farm in Bedford represented the highest sale for Westchester real estate in 2010. Last offered at $11,950,000, the 20-acre estate featured a grand circa 1915 stone manor, multiple outbuildings, a pool and magnificent gardens in the heart of Bedford's Guard Hill estate area.
Westmoreland Farm, also in Bedford, is one of the area's most illustrious equestrian farms and was once the country home of philanthropist and art collector Helen Clay Frick, the daughter of Henry Clay Frick, the founder of New York's Frick Museum. On 25 acres, the estate is centered by a grand antique Colonial complemented by several guest houses, a pool, tennis court, large barn and paddocks. Last offered at $8,500,000.
Built in 2009, Silver Oaks in Purchase represented one of the highest sales in southern Westchester and was last offered at $7,450,000. An exquisite Georgian Manor, the 11,000sf home was designed for grand living and entertaining with luxury amenities such as an infinity pool, a 5000-bottle wine cellar, sound-proofed home theater, bar room and gym.
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