This $8.8M Westchester Colonial estate has indoor and outdoor basketball courts
Photos courtesy of Heather Harrison, Compass
In Westchester County, a 14-room Colonial with two basketball courts has hit the market for $8.795 million. The estate is located at 35 Morris Lane in Scarsdale, the second wealthiest town in the United States, according to Bloomberg. Measuring over 10,000 square feet on nearly two acres of land, the seven-bedroom home is nothing short of extravagant, from the custom-built interiors to the outdoor in-ground pool and adjacent cabana.
A double-height foyer entrance leads to a massive living room and formal dining room, both with walls of glass doors that lead to a patio and yard.
There’s a huge eat-in kitchen with restaurant-grade refrigerators and other top-of-the-line appliances, a center island, and lots of storage, including a butler’s pantry with marble countertops and even more cabinets.
Also on this level, a cozy library with a fireplace, a guest bedroom and bathroom, a small office, and a family room. A screened-in porch can be accessed through the formal dining room. Two staircases lead from the entry hall to the second level.
On the second floor, an impressive master suite boasts a large spa-like bathroom with a fireplace and a sun-drenched dressing room lined with closets. There are four additional bedrooms, three baths, a study, a home gym, and a laundry room.
The fun continues with the home’s finished basement, which includes a full basketball court and a recreational room. Overlooking the court, there’s a media room perfect for watching the big game on tv and playing ping pong. Another bedroom and full bath are on this level.
Next to the outdoor basketball court, there’s a pool and an adorable cabana, equipped with a kitchen, lounge, laundry, and full bathroom.
Located in the prominent Murray Hill neighborhood of Scarsdale, 35 Morris Lane is near schools, cultural venues, restaurants, and public transportation, with a ride on Metro-North to Grand Central Terminal taking under an hour.
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All photos courtesy of Heather Harrison, Compass