If you’ve got money – REAL money, perhaps Hall & Oates money – you could live in this $17 million with a restored Revolutionary War-era Georgian Colonial as the main house (see above).
That’s not all that comes with this property, of course. Hence the listing price. Darryl Hall previously owned this estate, and he moved and restored two additional houses on the property. Also on the 432+ acre lot: Guest barn, casita, recreation barn, cabin, multiple outbuildings, and plenty of room for recreational activities.
The main house includes 8,559 square feet, 24 rooms with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, 9 fireplaces, an indoor pool, media room, fitness center, wine cellar, and billiards room. Additional buildings combined offer an additional 4,000 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 5 baths, plus multiple kitchens and living spaces.
Given the price, we’re saying “we can’t go for that, nuh-uh, no can do.” If you’re a “rich girl,” though, this Dutchess County estate could be all yours. Want to see more? Send your “private eyes” on over this way to the listing…
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