A five-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion located 30 minutes outside Manhattan has hit the market for $1.64 million.
Known as Villa Keane, the property is located in the Westchester borough of Irvington, NY, and was built in 1929.
Situated on 2.43 acres of land, amenities include a stately monolith entrance and a beech tree with historic Native American carvings.
The listing states that the carving “in front of the broad staircase [tell] A tale from the 1700s, but we’ll save that one for a rainy day.”
Many acclaimed individuals have lived in the home over the years, including Robert Wright, creator of “The Carol Burnett Show” and his Broadway production of ‘Once Upon a Mattress.’
Academy Award winner Shirley Jones, matriarch of “The Partridge Family,” her husband, singer Jack Cassidy, and son Sean Cassidy also called Villa Keane home while working on “Maggie Flynn” in the 1960s.
Lloyd Stratton, president of the Associated Press, also resided in the home.
Spread over 3,500 square feet, features include stained glass windows, an oak library – and other chic old-world touches.
“If you’re looking for inspiration beyond your wildest dreams, everything is still up today, including the Chesney fireplace mantel, Mackenzie-Childs fixtures, and Schönbeck Austrian crystal chandelier,” the listing states.
There’s also a pool and a pool house, and a guest residence with a separate entrance.
The listing states, “Villa Keane is very special, the only replica known to exist in California from one of its former owners.”
Corcoran lists with Ryan Paige and Adam Blancfort.