Although the marriage between Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe didn’t last long, the home where the two held their 1956 wedding certainly stood the test of time. The charming French Country-style home at 122 East Ridge Road in Waccabuc, New York has hit the market for $1.675 million (h/t LLYNC). Sitting on over four acres of land, the home features four bedrooms and five bathrooms. The sprawling pad features a pool and pool house, as well as scenic views of Lake Waccabuc. Last year, the Miller and Monroe’s former NYC pad just off Sutton Place at 444 East 57th Street, hit the market at an asking price of $6.75 million.
A perfect country getaway, the home sits just across the way from the sixteenth hole of the Waccabuc Country Club as well as the stunning Lake Waccabuc. Many original details remain in the home, like its parquet floors, French doors, leaded windows and European-style fireplace. The living and dining rooms feature walls of glass, letting lots of natural sunshine into the home.
With four bedrooms in total, including a private master suite and a first-floor guest suite with its own entrance, the home is perfect for accommodating visitors.
Essential in the summer, outside features a large pool and pool house. The pool house has a kitchen and cabana, surrounded by incredible landscaped greenery. Plus, just steps away sits a beautiful lake.
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All images courtesy of Houlihan Lawerence
Neighborhoods : Westchester