1087 Cedar Swamp Rd - Old Brookville, New York



1087 Cedar Swamp Rd - Old Brookville, New York


Entered through antique brick gate posts, a private drive wends its way through ten magnificent, secluded acres of mature woodland interrupted occasionally by the remnants of a magnificent sprawling estate. A reflecting pond here, brick sitting walls and bluestone patios there, a carriage house, and the remains of an ancient mansion will excite your imagination as you stroll the grounds. Imagine the history of this magical place and its one-time grandeur. What possibilities! Separated into two five-acre side-by-side tracts backing up to the Banfi’s Vintner, a 60- room manor, originally known as “Rynwood,” a heavily landscaped 55-acre estate on one side, and only a thousand feet from the Red Barn equestrian center on the other, this bucolic land offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to build either one (on ten acres) or two (on five acres each) magnificent homes in an area rapidly running out of acreage to sell. Covering four-square miles in the heart of Long Island’s “Gold Coast,” Old Brookville, is one of the wealthiest communities in America. Established in 1929, the village has its own police force and is about 25 miles from Manhattan with a train station nearby. Its residents enjoy convenience to all that the North Shore offers including Wheatley Plaza, the Nassau Museum of Art, the Americana at Manhasset, golf, boating, public and private schools, and more.


This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Property Details:

  • 1087 Cedar Swamp Rd - Old Brookville, New York
  • Price: $2,998,000
  • Yearly Real Estate Tax: $84,797
  • Neighborhood: Old Brookville
  • School District: North Shore
  • Land
  • Lot Size: 10.35 Acres
  • Listing ID: 3176499

Building Details:

  • Colonial

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