Circular mansion built by Jackie Gleason hits the market for $12M

TRD New York /
Jul.July 05, 2018 12:24 PM

A circular mansion that was once home to “Honeymooners” star Jackie Gleason has hit the market for $12 million. Gleason designed the 3,950-square-foot, two-bedroom “Round House” in Cortlandt Manor himself, the New York Post reported. The comedian, who was fascinated by UFOs, called the house “The Mothership,” according to the outlet. Its current owner is a retired orthodontist who purchased the home for $150,000 in 1976. Margaret Bailey, Howard Payson and Jacqueline Campanelli of Keller Williams have the listing. [NYP]

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