Accessed by a private long, winding driveway is a somewhat mysterious grand stone mansion. The manor was constructed in 1902 for the Darlington family and sits on 51-acres on one of the highest points in Westchester County. The current listing photos suggest the home may have seen better days, and a quick google search reveals that the grounds were much more manicured in the past.
No interior photos were included in the listing however the description does reveal that the home features panelled drawing rooms, a Baronial oak staircase, bay windows with window seats, coffered ceilings and oak panelled doors, and a full attic with access to the tower which enjoys 360-degree views. Additional features include French style Versailles garden and fountain, an English croquet court, 25′ x 50′ pool, and a guest/pool house. It’s currently listed at $20 million.