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Chateau Isle de France Is an Unbelievable French Chalet in Bronxville

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Dubbed “Chateau Isle de France,” the remarkable Westchester property will transport your soul to the serenity of the European Alps.

When your home has its own name, that’s when you know you’ve really made it. Chateau Isle de France is meticulously designed to recreate the feel of a modern French chalet on two-thirds of an acre of prime Bronxville real estate. Comprising five bedrooms and 6.1 baths over its 8,676 square feet, the corner-lot chateau packs in floating staircases, 12-foot coffered and 17-foot vaulted ceilings, custom millwork, its own elevator, and — oh yeah — a theater, wine cellar, and in-ground pool/hot tub.

Location: Chateau Isle de France, 7 Carlton Rd, Bronxville

Asking Price: $6.75 million; Est. Annual Taxes: $84,985

The Details: Hardwood floors, marble fireplaces (there are three), and sophisticated chandeliers and ironwork throughout set the scene at Chateau Isle de France. The full list of amenities is too long to list individually, but one highlight is a hip outdoor patio with built-in kitchen for outdoor entertaining. On the walkout lower level, there’s a wet bar, home theater, and a massive wine cellar for partying indoors.

Built in 2020, the entire chateau runs on smart home tech including touch screen interfaces for both lighting and sound. The master bedroom includes an en suite bath and a walk-in closet, but with five (plus a half) bathrooms available for your family and friends in the other four bedrooms, you can forget waiting to brush your teeth in the morning.

Selling Points: Chateau Isle de France features amenities galore, with an elegant aesthetic to match. Need more? Just scroll down to the wine cellar. We know what you’re about.

Listing Agent: Anthony Lando, William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty

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