Jazz musician Benny Goodman’s onetime home in Pound Ridge hits the market

TRD New York /
Jul.July 18, 2018 01:33 PM

A Pound Ridge home once owned by “King of Swing” Benny Goodman has hit the market for $2.699 million, LoHud reported. Goodman built the home at 20 Rock Hill Way in 1940 and lived there until he sold it to the owner of the Stork Club in New York City in 1948, according to the outlet. The six-bedroom home sits on 10-acres and has a pool and tennis courts. “Goodman came to Pound Ridge at the height of his fame; he had just done his famous Carnegie Hall concert,” listing broker Catherine Workman of Houlihan Lawrence told the outlet. “It must have been quite a house for its day.” [LoHud]

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