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780 King Street - Chappaqua, New York
One of Westchesterâ€™s last grand estates, Kingâ€™s Way is a majestic neoclassical home built in 1904. From its impressive columned faÃ§ade to its beautifully scaled and richly ornamental interiors, the home exhibits the unrivaled quality and immense character of its period roots. Richly hued woodwork, refined moldings and plasterwork, deep tray ceilings and stately fireplaces grace all the main rooms and reflect the classic European design that is incorporated throughout the home. This magnificent property overlooks sparkling Tertia Lake, offering a tranquil and totally private setting with lakeside pool, breathtaking grounds and numerous outbuildings including a carriage house, pool house and barn. Located in one of Westchesterâ€™s most sought-after communities, just minutes from the center of Chappaqua, Metro-North rail station and a 45 minute commute to Manhattan. Additional 2.37 acres with cottage can be purchased in conjunction with this offering.
This listing courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence Inc.
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