“Simpsons” actor lists Westchester home for $3.25M of D’oh

Hank Azaria to sell Bedford Corners house

Tri-State /
Mar.March 18, 2021 03:34 PM
Hank Azaria lists Westchester home. (Compass, Getty, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.)

Hank Azaria lists Westchester home. (Compass, Getty, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp.)

¡Ay, caramba! Hank Azaria, who’s known for voicing characters in “The Simpsons,” is selling his Westchester home.

The actor and comedian, known for his roles as Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum and formerly Apu, has listed his Bedford Corners house at 148 Meeting House Road for $3.25 million.

Nestled on four private acres, the property features a large farmhouse, a swimming pool and a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest apartment located above the heated three-car garage.

Built in 1890, the home was restored and modernized by Azaria, including by adding the pool and pool house.

“What he really liked about the place when he first saw it was the uniqueness of the character, good ceiling heights in an older home, which don’t always go hand in hand, and the potential to put their own touch on it,” Brian Milton of Compass said.

The 5,384-square-foot house has four bedrooms and a two-story sunroom. Outside are covered patios, extensive gardens and a kitchen.

The Westchester residential market has become increasingly competitive, as demand continues to rage because of the pandemic, low mortgage rates, stock market gains and other factors.

Last year, 6,635 home purchases were completed in the New York suburbs, the highest tally in records going back to 1996. Meanwhile, the median price of single-family homes in the fourth quarter increased 20 percent from the same time last year to $738,250.





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