Shopping for a new home? Have a spare $22 million lying around? Realtors might just have the perfect place tucked away right in the heart of Westchester County.
The late David Rockefeller’s 75-acre n Pocantico Hills estate in Mount Pleasant has been listed by realtors for $22 million.
Rockefeller died in March at 101 years old.
The property includes a mansion that is more than 11,000-square-feet, complete with views of the Hudson River and the spacious grounds. There are several fireplaces, an elevator, kitchen and built-in vault safe.
Other structures on the 75-acre property include cattle barns, quarters for staff, stables and a carriage house, where Rockefeller collected antique horse carriages.
The sale is being handed by Houlihan Lawrence Private Brokerage, according to the New York Times.
Rockefeller was the last son of world-renowned financier and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller, Jr. and grandson of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. the founder of Standard Oil.
Rockefeller served as chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Bank
Rockefeller and his wife, Margaret "Peggy" McGrath, who died in 1996, had six children: David Rockefeller Jr., Abigail Aldrich "Abby" Rockefeller, Neva Rockefeller, Margaret Dulany "Peggy" Rockefeller, Eileen Rockefeller and Richard Gilder Rockefeller. Five of the children survive Rockefeller, except Richard Gilder Rockefeller, who was killed when his single-engine plane crashed near Westchester County Airport in White Plains in June 2014.
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