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Pocantico Hills Rockefeller property for $22M for purchase
The 75-acre Rockefeller property in Pocantico Hills was put up for purchase on Friday for $22 million. This was the place where David Rockefeller lived until his demise on 20 March at the tender age of 101. In 1946, together with his spouse, Margaret "Peggy" Rockefeller, David Rockefeller - the youngest of six of John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s kids and grandchild of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller - bought the property on Bedford Road by Mott Schmidt.
Mr Peggy Rockefeller, who devoted her whole energy to farming, passed away in 1996. Moored by the three-storey manor house in georgic stil, the property has 12 houses, several yards, wide grass areas, forests, a covered swimming pools, three glasshouses, a ripe garden of apples and a heliport. On the first level there is a lounge and dinning room with a view of the expansive grass and the stream, as well as a reading room and an offi ce with a wood fire.
There is a cellar, hobbies rooms and office in the lower floor. It' old world," said David Turner, affiliate estate agent with Houlihan Lawrence, who touches the list. According to the list, wealth tax amounts to 240,405 dollars per year. Beside the estate Pocantico Hills David Rockefeller and his woman kept their domicile in Manhattan.
This spacious villa consists of about 9,777 sqm above the ground floor on four floors, with an extra cellar of about 2,465 sqm, with an entry to the gardens. According to the list, the entire external area is approximately 2,958 sqm.
The Rockefeller Estate sells for 50% over its $22 million asking prize
David Rockefeller's villa was for sale for $33 million. This 75-acre site is in Westchester County, New York. One Pocantico Hills, N.Y., manor house belonging to David Rockefeller, the Reverend Head of Chase Manhattan Bank, has been selling for 33 million dollars, 50% over the 22 million dollar mark.
Known as Hudson Pines, the Schmidt-designed agent in Westchester County goes back to 1938 and had been on the open markets since the event, according to list brokers, Houlihan Lawrence Private Brokerage, who refused to release the client's name.