Rosie O’Donnell lists sprawling five-property Nyack estate for $11M

Posted On Thu, November 9, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, November 9, 2017 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Upstate

Photo of Rosie O’Donnell courtesy of David Shankbone on Wikimedia

After recently snagging an $8 million triplex penthouse in Midtown East this summer, Rosie O’Donnell is now selling her massive estate in South Nyack, New York for $10.79 million. The sprawling, gated 2.4-acre compound overlooks the Hudson River and includes five separate properties, which are also available for individual sale (h/t New York Post). The main residence for sale, Rosie’s primary home, is located at 1 Gesner Avenue, currently on the market separately for $5.3 million. Built in 1906, the seven-room Dutch Colonial features two master bedrooms, fireplaces and incredible river views.

The main home at 1 Gesner Avenue boasts a spacious, open layout with oversized windows. It features a chef’s kitchen that opens onto a large deck with a saltwater hot tub, a pool with a waterfall and a Jacuzzi.

The home also includes a multi-level screening room, a tennis court and a carriage house with one bedroom. It’s equipped with a two-car detached garage and a security system.

The home at 1 Washington Avenue is listed separately for $2.2 million. As the second largest property on the estate, the pad features four bedrooms and a wraparound porch.

 

Separately, the three-bedroom home at 2 Washington Avenue is asking $1.99 million. This home includes a 100-foot riverside dock and of course, sweeping Hudson River views.

Other properties of the estate for sale include 4 Washington Avenue, a one-bedroom cottage for $525,000 and a three-bedroom home at 5 Washington Avenue, asking $775,000. The estate is located about 40 minutes from Midtown.

[Via NY Post]

[Listing: 1 Gesner Avenue, 1 Washington Avenue, 2 Washington Avenue, 4 Washington Avenue, 5 Washington Avenue by Hamid Moghadam for Ellis Sotheby’s International Realty]

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  • Bill Thompson

    Is that a wall I see surrounding the compound? Walls are racist.

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