Just on the heels of being the site of the Designer Showcase of Westchester, a more than 10,000-square-foot colonial at 2 Cooper Road in Scarsdale is now on the market for a crisp $16.5 million.
It is a grand house from another era, to be sure — and one of many that line the streets of Scarsdale.
The house was built in 1915 and is considered an architectural gem. It has 21 rooms, possibly bedrooms, on four levels. There are hardwood floors, French doors and palatial rooms. The property is 3.75 acres and also includes a pool and cabana, tennis court, guest cottage and 5-car garage.
This property was featured on Curbed.com which said: “Décor aside, the mansion ticks all the proper Neo-Classical boxes: Palladian-style windows, a porte-cochère at the main entrance, and a grand dining hall are all present and accounted for, not to mention a conservatory and 10-foot-high ceilings.”
To check out Lohud.com’s coverage of the house during its stint this May as a Designer Showcase, click here.
The property listing is through Julia B. Fee Sothebys International Realty and MLS #3400857.