SOLD | Built 1855 | 14,296 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 11 Baths | 4.38 Acres
Villa Nuits, also known as the Cottenet-Brown House, was designed by architect Detlef Lienau and built in 1855 for Francis Cottenet, a wealthy New York merchant, it was later owned and renovated by Cyrus West Field, John Jacob Astor III and Manhattan College. The 14,296 square foot residence last sold for $3.6 million. The property has been on the market since 2008 for as much as $14.75 million. Nestled privately on 4.38 breathtaking acres overlooking the Hudson River, the 14,296 square foot residence has been meticulously updated and offers exquisite views from every vantage point. There are 7 master bedroom suites/studies and 5 additional ensuite bedrooms or studies. In addition to the spectacular 12 bedroom, 9.5 bath main home, this one-of-a-kind property also presents a lovely 1,200 square foot, 3 bedroom carriage house that enjoys its own stunning views of the Hudson & private terraced patio. Villa Nuits was on the market for $6.5 million with Whitney Didier of Douglas Elliman. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
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