Incredible Westchester Homes

Ron Howard’s home and other unbelievable dwellings in which to live out your happy days.

After 20 years of ownership, Ron Howard and his wife, Cheryl, are putting the New England-style home (pictured above) they built on the border of Armonk and Greenwich, Connecticut, (after purchasing land there in 1991) up for sale. The Oscar-winning actor, producer, and director said in May that, since moving from LA to raise their family in the area, the now empty-nesters are ready to move on. With a price tag of $27.5 million, the out-of-a-movie mansion and 32-acre estate might be worth it, but, just in case you want to wait it out until another celeb-owned compound comes to market, we think it best to weigh your options. (National landmark Kykuit isn’t actually privately owned any longer, but we can fantasize, right?)


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The Howard
family home

Ralph Lauren’s Oatlands

Martha Stewart’s Cantitoe Corners 

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Former Rockefeller
estate Kykuit

17,000 square feet; 6 bedrooms, 5 full & 4 half baths

Restored French-Norman manse; 1920s country home of landscape architect  Robert Ludlow Fowler Jr. 

3-story, 1925 farmhouse (the Winter House) with long porch and dormer windows 

6-story stone Greek Revival house (1913); home to 4 generations of the dynasty

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3 lots in 1,500-acre gated Conyers Farm community with lake views; CEO & show-biz neighbors

250+ acres in Bedford, nearby Martha Stewart’s own homestead

153 acres in Bedford, first settled in 1784 and purchased by Stewart in 2000 

1,200+ acres in Pocantico Hills, now comprising the Rockefeller State Park Preserve 

2-story library-office, 14-seat theater, indoor saltwater pool, yoga studio, 2-BR guest house, indoor complex with tennis & basketball courts

5-room white-marble master suite overlooking grounds; mahogany dressing room; antique furniture and period masterpieces 

Adjacent, property’s original structure—1770 Colonial Summer House; nearby tenant cottage; guest house; separate contemporary house

Underground tunnel for deliveries to the servant’s kitchen; 9-hole golf course; opulent marble décor; music room; Tang Dynasty ceramics 

Vegetable & formal gardens, greenhouse; Koi pond with waterfall & pergola; horse barns & paddocks, riding ring, hiking trails

Observatory with pro-grade telescope; farm with barn, silos; miniature horses, donkeys, sheep, alpacas, chickens, ducks, fish, etc.

Sweeping lawn & ivy-covered walls à la English countryside; pool house with 16th-c. Belgian pine beams, 17th c. French limestone mantel

Vintage automobile collection; 1860 English chandelier in living room; Ralph Lauren Home tartan throughout

4 miles of carriage roads; 5 Friesen horses; cobblestone courtyards; 45k planted daffodil bulbs, Christmas-tree lot; is a Certified Wildlife Habitat 

Working farm; kitchen building connected to main house; converted-stable blogging space, workshop & gym

Terraced gardens, panoramic Hudson & Palisades views; Coach Barn with carriage collection; Japanese tea house; marble fountains 

Subterranean art gallery featuring Warhols & Picassos; sculpture garden with 70+ classical & modern works by Calder, Moore, etc.


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