Calvin Klein co-founder’s $100M equestrian estate is Westchester’s priciest listing

Posted On Tue, March 17, 2020 By

Posted On Tue, March 17, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Upstate

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Westchester’s largest privately owned property is now also the county’s most expensive listing. Stonewall Farm, an equestrian estate situated on 740 acres, has just hit the market for $100 million. The property—which is located in Granite Springs, about an hour from the Belmont Park racetrack—is owned by Calvin Klein co-founder Barry Schwartz and his wife Sheryl, who purchased the first 673 acres for $3.25 million in 1979. The sprawling estate has a 40-stall barn, two 24-stall barns, hayfields, apple orchards, professional racing facilities, and riding trails.

The property also includes a lavish four-story manor house built in 2004 that features a white clapboard facade and slate roof repurposed from the Yale Divinity School. The interior spans a whopping 24,000 square feet and includes eight bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, a two-story library, and a sunroom that opens onto a bluestone terrace. Interior designer Kelly Hoppen outfitted the space with bespoke furniture and antiques and incorporated subtle nods to the equestrian lifestyle throughout.

The grounds include a formal French-style garden and a Japanese garden with a koi pond and butterfly house. A 4,000-square-foot pavilion holds a 60-foot-long pool, gym, and sauna.

According to the New York Post, Schwartz is selling now because the couple has been splitting their time between Santa Barbara, California and Saratoga, New York during the racing season. Over the years, they’ve bred and raced roughly 65 horses on their Westchester property.

[Listing: Stonewall Farm by Kathleen Coumou, Andrew Emery, and David Sanders of Christie’s International Real Estate]

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