Historic c.1933 Belvedere Residence in Cold Spring Harbor, NY Reduced to $4.3M
$4,300,000 | Built c.1933 | 8,000 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 6.07 Acres
469 Woodbury Road, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, United States, 11724
Welcome to Belvedere, a charming French provincial home on an expansive 6.07 acre estate in Cold Spring Harbor, New York. Designed by architect Auguste L. Noel and built in 1933, the home sits at an impressive elevation of 224 feet, allowing breathtaking views of the tree filled valley below as well as Cold Spring Harbor and the Long Island Sound beyond. The unique home was recently reduced to $4.3 million. Tall French doors and expansive windows seamlessly connect the elegant indoors to the exquisite landscape, and the 11 foot ceilings enhance the feeling of openness. The spacious living room, formal dining room and panelled library, each with an imported fireplace, all open to the bluestone patio anchored on both ends by the stately terraces. The country kitchen has original glass cabinetry, polished oak countertops and a porcelain double sink.
The sweeping bridal staircase from the great hall opens to the second floor featuring the master suite with curved window wall that offers amazing western water views, a handsome wood-burning fireplace, dressing room with cedar closets and double doors onto a private terrace. There are a total of nine bedrooms, eight full and one half bathrooms throughout. There is also a separate two bedroom caretaker’s cottage over the three car garage. The grounds are meticulously landscaped with boxwoods, espaliered apple trees and wide stretches of verdant lawns, the landscape enhances the Old World character of the home. The property is adjacent to over 200 acres of natural terrain, part of the protected lands of the Nassau Suffolk Greenbelt Trail. Belvedere is on the market for $4.3 million with Peggy Moriarty of Sotheby’s International Realty.