Town and Country Magazine
August 14th, 2017
"This Modern-Day Gilded Age Mansion in the Hudson Valley is on the Market for $13 Million"
A 2,000-year-old artifact found during its construction is now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Greystone on Hudson is featured on the season premiere of Million Dollar Listing New York. Click to watch excerpts of the episode on BravoTV.com. The full episode (Season 5, Episode 1) titled "50 Shades of Greystone" is available on iTunes, GooglePlay or Amazon.com
Looking for absolute privacy, high-end finishings, a river view? And, have some cash to spend on those luxury amenities? 18 Carriage Trail in Irvington just came on the market. The 12,171-square-foot home has eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms and two powder rooms.
Located 13 miles north of the city, Greystone on Hudson is nestled into the dramatic hills that rise high above the Hudson River. A century ago, industrialists like the Rockefellers, the Astors and the Morgans spent their spoils building castle-like, sprawling country homes in the area. It was nicknamed “Millionaire’s Row.”
While there are several housing options for those who want to live close enough to New York to be part of the action, but far enough away to have land and privacy, there aren’t any quite like Greystone on Hudson. Plus, looking like it came straight out of a Jane Austen novel, Greystone sits on the historic Millionaires Row, which was once home to the Rockefellers, Morgans, Astors, Goulds and Lehmans….
Greystone on Hudson is a new gated community in the town of Irvington; the first of its homes sold in August for $9m after just nine days on the market. Greystone on Hudson is a new gated community in the town of Irvington; the first of its homes sold in August for $9m after just nine days on the market…
Of course, if living the amenity-rich suburban lifestyle but trading up is your goal, there’s always Greystone on Hudson, in the riverside hamlet of Tarrytown. Modeled on the Gilded Age mansion towns of Tuxedo Park and Conyers Farm. The 100-acre gated community will have 21 two- to five-acre estates that will have houses starting at 8,000 square feet and up. They’re priced accordingly, from $5 to $25 million. A guarded gatehouse and concierge are part of the (relatively cheap, by Manhattan standards) $1,400-a-month fees.
A $9 million deal for a home at Greystone on Hudson, the highest figure for a Westchester County home this year, was sold in nine days at the 100-acre private enclave in Tarrytown. It is the first completed sale at Greystone, a project that will include 21 homes…
In a sure sign that the top tip of the Westchester real estate market is in very good shape, a new super-luxe 100-acre development has opened its gates, with its first house boasting amenities like an indoor basketball court, 11 bathrooms and an 800-square-foot Hers closet in the master suite.