Former Carnegie estate modeled after Scottish castle hits market at $14M

TRD New York /
May.May 15, 2019 04:50 PM

A Hudson Valley estate built in 1927 for famed industrialist Andrew Carnegie’s daughter Margaret Carnegie has hit the market for $14 million, LoHud reported. The property, known as Migdale, short for “Midge” (the nickname of the younger Carnegie), includes an approximately 35,000-square-foot mansion designed to look like Skibo Castle, which Carnegie himself once owned in Scotland. The Millbrook property in Dutchess County also a three-bedroom gatehouse, a staff house, a garden and greenhouse, a tennis court and a playground on the grounds. The home’s interiors “have the glow and patina of age that has been polished to perfection, the result of the four years the current owners spent on restoring and renovating the entire property,” according to LoHud. The Corcoran Group’s Loy Carlos has the listing. [LoHud]


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