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‘How I Met Your Mother’ Creator Lists Colonial Estate in Bedford Hills

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Photos courtesy of Ginnel Real Estate

Get your very own colonial dream home (blue French horn not included).

Sitcom creator Carter Bays, creator of the long-running sitcom How I Met Your Mother, has listed his Westchester home, built in 1989, for just under $4 million. The 6.1-acre and 9,310-square-foot estate, with lavish, white architecture on its exterior, is the epitome of modern living.

Location: 102 Davids Hill Rd, Bedford

Asking Price: $3,595,000 | Est. Annual Taxes: $94,427

Located in Bedford Hills, this Colonial style estate includes a finished interior with spacious rooms. Including 6 bedrooms and 4.2 bathrooms, the house is built to accommodate many people at once. The estate sports formal living and dining room spaces available for endless entertaining and a home office, perfect for quiet time.

The estate is home to various amenities, including an in-ground pool, tennis court, a fully finished basement, and a home garden. The hit television show’s creator opted for a subtle color palette for the house’s interior, suited for more simple living. With an abundance of acreage, the estate holds various opportunities for indoor-outdoor living, including a screened porch and terrace.

The owners are asking for just $50,000 more than their original buying price, due to the adjusting prices with the coronavirus pandemic.

Selling Points: Eat-in kitchen, exercise room, guest quarters, pool, heated 3-car garage

Listing Agent: Muffin Dowdle, Ginnel Real Estate