Richard Gere hauls in $24.15 million for New York compound

Richard Gere has spent decades compiling his 49-acre estate outside New York City. Now, the actor has sold it for 24.15 million USD.

The star of movies like “Pretty Woman” and “American Gigolo” bought the property’s first piece of land for $1.51 million in 1986, and in the years since, they’ve purchased parcels of land. neighboring land, creating a paradise complete with a Colonial mansion, a handful of motels and stables. He brought it to market last year for $28 million.

The complex is about 50 miles from Manhattan in Pound Ridge, a quiet town that has attracted celebrities including Ryan Reynolds, Mike Myers and Tom Brokaw.

The Gere property shares a border with the Ward Pound Ridge Preserve, a 4,300-acre park. The actor’s residence has the same natural setting, with rolling hills, weeping willows and a private lake with a sandy beach. Man-made attractions include soccer fields, basketball courts, swimming pools, and food stalls.

The three-story New England main house has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms on 11,658 square feet. There is a library, solarium, modern kitchen and living room with floor-to-ceiling fireplace. A deck out to the back takes in its own private lake and wooded hills outside.

Gere didn’t go far. Records show he chose a Georgian mansion a few miles north, in the town of North Salem, for $9.8 million.

The 72-year-old has been in acting since the 1970s, with prominent roles in “Days of Heaven”, “An Officer and a Gentleman”, “Runaway Bride” and “Chicago”, thanks to which He won the Golden Globe Award.

Mary Dowdle of Ginnel Real Estate held the listing. Cheryl Neuburger, also with Ginnel, represents the buyer.

https://www.latimes.com/business/real-estate/story/2022-07-06/richard-gere-hauls-in-24-15-million-for-new-york-compound Richard Gere hauls in $24.15 million for New York compound

Edmund DeMarche

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