The Real Deal New York

Big ask: Sale of Scarsdale estate could break price record

Lavish property features five-car garage, greenhouse and guest cottage
February 26, 2014 11:25AM

A 3.75-acre estate in Scarsdale, N.Y., hit the market for $16.5 million, the priciest listing in the town — and a potential record if sold at the asking price.

The Berger family has owned the 13,000-square-foot, 10-bedroom property at 2 Cooper Road for about six decades, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Colonial Revival-style home, which was erected in 1914, features a five-car garage, seven full bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. The grounds of the estate include a greenhouse and a 1,570-square-foot guest cottage that holds two bedrooms.

Mary Katchis and Dawn Knief of Westchester-based brokerage Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing. [WSJ]Mark Maurer

  • tom jones

    Honestly, how needs a house that big in the middle of nowhere. What a waste of energy and space.

  • Sh!t My Tenants Say

    Middle of nowhere? Try 30 min from the city, in a great town!
    And this is EXACTLY where to build a 10,000K+ ft house, not in the middle of a city with a “housing shortage”

  • Jimmy

    Best Are in Lower Westchester

  • Jimmy

    Best area in lower Westchester

  • Sam

    Beautiful town, the best area in NYC burbs