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Location: Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
The Skinny: Art historian and gallerist Warren Adelson sold off his NYC combination gallery and pied-a-terre at 19 East 82nd Street for $27.75M in 2012, after asking as much as $34.8M. From there, he and his wife moved to a $15.5M, 7,200-square-foot maisonette at 823 Park Avenue. Obviously, Adelson is not a stranger to extravagant real estate, and his Westchester home, listed this week for $10.9M, is no different. Known as Rabbit Hill, the 1928 Georgian mansion was designed by architect Mott Schmidt, famous for his work on Gracie Mansion, on Sutton Place, and for clients with names like Astor, Morgan, and Rockefeller. The stately manor Schmidt designed sits atop 15 private acres with formal gardens, tennis court, a swimming pool, pool house, and views to the Hudson River. The sprawling brick pile houses six bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
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