04 June 2021

21,000 Square Foot Colonial-Style Stone Mansion In Katonah, NY


YEAR BUILT: 2004
LOT SIZE: 20.83 acres
SQUARE FEET: 21,000+/-
BEDROOMS: 6
BATHROOMS: 8 full, 4 half
LIST PRICE: $15,500,000
LISTING AGENT(S): David Turner of Houlihan Lawrence

Located about 40 miles north of Manhattan in Katonah, NY, this stately stone mega mansion at 9 Holly Branch Road sits tucked away in its own world surrounded by nearly 21 acres of rolling lawns, mature trees, and a serene two-acre lake with cascading waterfall.

Built in 2004, the three-level Colonial-style residence features 21,000+/- square feet of living space with six bedrooms, eight full and four half bathrooms, two-story foyer with floating Y-shaped staircase, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, butler's pantry, eat-in gourmet kitchen with brick oven, a breakfast nook, two-story family room with fireplace and media center, wood-paneled home offices with fireplaces, second floor sitting room, garage parking for six cars, and much more. The expansive walkout lower level includes a second kitchen, a wine cellar, recreation room with wet bar, media room, indoor basketball court, exercise room, and a spa area with sauna, jetted tub, and steam shower. Outdoor features include motor and parking courts, decks, terrace and patios, BBQ kitchen and fireplace, 65-foot heated swimming pool, a cabana with fireplace, and a fenced sport court.

























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1 comment:

  1. Alfresco facilities are a disaster. Outdoor kitchens/bars and patio fireplaces belong under roof - enclosed on 3 sides in a proper lanai or large loggia. That's so you can still enjoy the outdoors during a soft spring shower or a blazing summer sun. Which you should be able to do when spending $15.5 million for a home. (Gee, ya think?)

    Hey, Mr. Architect, Here we go again. A mansion isn't just a bunch of bigger rooms on a bigger lot. Unlike lesser homes, it's borderline a "living" thing. And it's not just a roof like a tract house, a mansion "lives" to serve. It does that by anticipating in its design as many needs and wants of its residents as possible. The owners should be able to park their cars inside, or at least under roof. For Grandma, and the teenager who broke his leg skiing, there should be an elevator. For Dad, a properly elegant office/library in which to conduct business if need be. And when you want to entertain outdoors, the weather shouldn't be an issue.

    This estate does check most of my boxes - good job there. But please, do something about that back yard, so it works when you want it to, not just when Mother Nature allows.

    For all you do get, and given the wacko market we have today, the price isn't too out of line. It's a verrrry nice place.

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