Anyone down for going in on a crumbling castle in Westchester? We’d just have to split the $3.7 million cost, and you’d have to swear allegiance to House Pulos. Just kidding. You will most likely be paying for all of it.
Intrigued? Say no more, my beautiful vassal. The 50-acre estate is located in deceptively-named New Castle and features four bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths and many, many vines. It was constructed in the 1920s by David T. Abercrombie (of Abercrombie and Fitch fame), so cargo shorts are totally fine for dinner.
Though the house is definitely in desperate need of attention, the bones are all there for a truly grand home. There are archways, a cast iron spiral staircase, a courtyard and pretty much anything else you could want for a summer cottage/evil lair.
Check out the listing for the our brand-new ancestral home on Estately.