A custom-built estate in Upper Brookville featuring a four-bedroom house with walls of windows and a large guesthouse on 6.3 acres has been put on the market by its original owners for $3.7 million.
When the sellers originally bought the property, there were about 5.2 acres of land. They built the houses sometime around 1987, as well as a two-car garage and an in-ground pool.
In the late 1990s, a neighbor gifted the owners about an acre of adjoining land, bringing the property size to 6.29 acres, says Jason Friedman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, who is the co-exclusive listing agent with his mother, Sarah “Rudi” Friedman.
The main house has a full finished lower level with a full bathroom, bedroom, gym and wine room. The main floor has a foyer and a great room with a living room, eat-in kitchen, dining room, family room, game room and wet bar. It also has a powder room. Electronic steel shutters cover the windows from the outside.
“It’s like the set of a James Bond movie,” says Jason Friedman.
Two sets of staircases lead to a second floor featuring a master-bedroom suite with a master bathroom, two additional bedrooms, a den and another full bathroom.
The guesthouse, which is designed in similar fashion to the main house, has two bedrooms and two full bathrooms.