Former $50 Million Dollar New Hope Estate Now Being Sold Separately
Update 2/30, 9:33am: We got in touch with agent Caryn Black who updated us on the Fashion Farms property. The estate consists of three parcels in three different townships that were split up and are now being sold separately, this being one of the them. Black also informed us the 1713 manor home burned down some time ago, so the main house that is now there is not the antique original. The title of this post has been updated to reflect this information.
Here is additional info on another Fashion Farm parcel, provided by agent Maria Taylor.
Now this is a price cut.
Granted, the formerly on the market for $50 million estate was originally listed with three off-site farm properties. This time around, there’s no mention of these parcels in the sale, so we’re guessing
(until an agent gets back to us) their absence is what helped knocked down the price.
Still the New Hope home, which is now going for $10 million, is part of the renowned Fashion Farms, a group of horse breeding farms. Included in the sale is around 190 acres of ponds, pastures, historic outbuildings, and a stone manor home built circa 1713.
(Fun fact: The parcel was part of the original William Penn land grant!)
Among the property’s outbuildings are Victorian guest home, an authentic 1740 cottage, and a bank barn with stalls, hay storage, and caretaker’s apartment. Also on the premises are a spring house, greenhouses and garages.
THE FINE PRINT
Baths: 3 full, 1 half
Square feet: 3,823
Price: $10 million
Additional Info: Lighted tennis courts, swimming pool, pool house
All TREND photos via Realtor.com.
Listing: 3220 Windy Bush Rd, New Hope, PA, 18938 [BHHS Fox & Roach]