1860s Colonial Revival Home in Locust Valley, NY Reduced to $4.3M (PHOTOS)

1860s Colonial Revival Home in Locust Valley, NY Reduced to $4.3M

$4,300,000 | Built c.1863 | 7,974 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 8 Baths | 3.1 Acres
9 Ludlam Lane, Locust Valley, New York, United States, 11560

A 157-year-old Colonial home set on 3.1 acres in Locust Valley, New York has been reduced to $4.3 million. The 3.1 acre property includes the stately main house with historic features that blend seamlessly with modern amenities to create a timeless masterpiece. Built c.1863, the nearly 8,000 square foot residence features a front-to-back center hall with 10′ ceilings and original crown mouldings, a gourmet kitchen, formal dining room and large family room. This unique home also features an outdoor wrap around porch that leads to a covered porch which overlooks the majestic property, perfect for entertaining. The 3.1 acre property includes the stately main house with historic features that blend seamlessly with modern amenities to create a timeless masterpiece. There is a charming two-bedroom cottage, an in-ground gunite heated pool, bluestone paths and fieldstone landscape walls. It’s on the market for $4.3 million with Lindsey Barnett of Sotheby’s International Realty.













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