Known as Villa Keen, the estate is located in the Westchester town of Irvington, N.Y., and was built back in 1929.
Standing on 2.43 acres of land, features include a stately stone pillar entry and a beech tree with historic Native American carvings.
The listing states that the carvings “in front of the sweeping stairs [tell] a story from the 1700’s, but that we will save for a rainy day.”
Several acclaimed individuals have lived in this home throughout the years, including Robert Wright, a producer of “The Carol Burnett Show,” and her Broadway production of ‘Once Upon a Mattress.”
Academy Award winner Shirley Jones, the matriarch of “The Partridge Family,” her husband, singer Jack Cassidy, and son Shaun Cassidy, also called Villa Keen home while working on “Maggie Flynn” in the 1960s.
Lloyd Stratton, president of the Associated Press, also took up residency in the home.
Spanning more than 3,500 square feet, features include stained glass windows throughout, an oak library — and other chic older-world touches.
“If you are seeking inspiration beyond your wildest dreams, everything is still in tact today, including the Chesney fireplace mantel, Mackenzie-Childs fixtures, and the Schonbek Austrian crystal chandelier,” the listing adds.
There is also a pool and a pool house, and a guest residence with a separate entrance.
“Villa Keen is so special, a replica only exists in California by one of its former owners,” the listing said.
Originally published on Nypost.com