By Caroline Biggs

Published on October 16, 2015

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The countryside estate—also known as “The Whitney House”— sits on two private acres of Hudson Valley land. Built in 1958, gable-roofed manor was specifically designed for a descendant of the Whitney family—the founders of the Whitney Museum of American Art

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The 30-ft-tall great room of the Midcentury-style property features over-sized windows, exposed oak ceilings, and a natural stone fireplace.

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The redwood kitchen inside of the 4,088 square foot spread features brand-new stainless steel appliances. 

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There’s also a second-floor loft space—embellished with the place’s original pierced railings—and a bathroom made entirely of marble.

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Another bonus? The house is located just 15 miles north of New York City in Palisades, NY; home to celebrities such as Bill Murray, Bjork, and Al Pacino!