Chappaqua, New York is a town steeped in provenance, with longstanding connections to notable American families that continue today. Tribune Cottage, originally the farm of Moses Wanzer, epitomizes that legacy.
Constructed in 1850, the Mansard-roofed jewel was so named for local lore that the mistress of newspaperman and one-time presidential candidate Horace Greeley, perhaps the most legendary historical resident of the Northern Westchester village, once resided there. While we might never know for certain, what's certainly true is this 4,900+ SF residence is one of Chappaqua's finest historic properties, set into 3.6 enchanting acres of fruit trees, perennial gardens and amenities.
Watch below to be transported to a place of warmth, beauty and natural serenity that's truly timeless: