On the Market: A Waccabuc Estate Full of ‘Razzle Dazzle’

Photos courtesy of William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty

Broadway’s Chicago producers are selling their $13 million up-county property along with its guest house, amphitheater, and ‘all that jazz.’

Fran and Barry Weissler, the Tony Award-winning producers behind Chicago  — now the second-longest running show in Broadway history — and many other plays have listed their Westchester County property on the market, and boy is it a showstopper.

Location: 35 Schoolhouse Rd, Waccabuc

Asking Price: $13,200,000; Est. Taxes: $84,704

Description: The massive, 18-acre estate in northern Westchester spotlights a large four-bedroom main house along with an additional four-bedroom guest house waiting in the wings. To further emphasize the property’s artistic roots, the grounds prominently feature a hedge maze and manicured topiary, in-ground pool, reflecting pool, and your very own henge and amphitheater, which has played host to performances by the New York Philharmonic, James Earl Jones, Christopher Plummer, Marvin Hamlisch, and more.

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Built in 1950, the main building sports a modern country aesthetic, full of exposed wood, stone floors, copious fireplaces, and grand views of the surrounding landscape.

Selling Points: Spectacular outdoor living spaces; two-car attached garage, midcentury rustic style

Listing Agents: Melissa Colabella & Anthony Lando, William Pitt Julia B Fee Sotheby’s International Realty

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