A large estate in New Castle's bucolic eastern section of town is on the market.
The estate, located at 106 Tripp Street, is 22 acres and includes a 6,608-square-foot home, according to AOL Real Estate.
Although the property has a Bedford Corners mailing address, the site is located in the Town of New Castle, according to mapping records. It is also in the Bedford Central School District.
The home was built in 1985, contains four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The property has a "manor home" designed by Dinyar Wadia, the listing notes, and includes French gardens and pastures. Amenities include a pool and horse facilities, which was built for Olympic bronze medal-winning horse Flim Flam, according to the listing. There is also a carriage house dating to 1900 on the property that includes a garage and guest apartments.
The property also has a notable neighbor in the Legionaries of Christ site, which is just to the west and is accessed through neary Route 128 (Armonk Road). A New Jersey developer is seeking to overhaul the Legionaries property by converting its 1920s mansion into a mixed-use center, with wings that would include 54 condos and 30 hotel rooms, along with a spa, restaurant and pools.