Historic 22,000 Sq. Ft. Georgian Colonial Relists in Cold Spring Harbor, New York
$7,900,000 | Built 1910 | 22,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 10.5+ Baths | 5.44 Acres
300 Lawrence Hill Road, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, United States, 11724
A brick Georgian Colonial manor on a 5.44 acre estate has relisted in Cold Spring Harbor for $7.9 million. The sprawling property last sold in 2012 for $5.3 million and hit the market in 2017 for $13.8 million. Financier J.P. Morgan Jr. purchased the 22,000 square foot manor in 1933 as a wedding gift for his daughter. According to Newsday, Morgan’s daughter, Jane Nichols, lived in the mansion until her death in 1981. The Nature Conservancy acquired her 97 acre property, a working dairy farm called Uplands Farm, a little at a time before Nichols bequeathed the rest of the land to the Conservancy after her death, according to a 1987 report in The New York Times. The current owners have restored and renovated the four-storey residence which includes 8 bedroom, 10.5 bathrooms, formal entertaining rooms, a new double-island kitchen, custom bar, home theatre and fitness studio. The grounds include a winding driveway, courtyard, fountains and swimming pool with adjacent pool house. The property is on the market for $7.9 million with Scott Van Son of Berkshire Hathaway. Photography found on agent’s listing.