Listed by art dealer David Mugrabi, the Upper East Side home includes a striking spiral staircase and skylight.
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The stunning 8,000-square-foot residence has 15-foot ceilings, six terraces, multiple fireplaces, a sunken spa and more.
Parts of the picturesque Milgate estate date back about 660 years.
The 700-year-old mega mansion even comes with an important collection of over 22,000 historic books.
It’s a rare chance to own a piece of Montauk history—along with 2.3 oceanview acres.
The 18th-century home is named Burgoyne House, after General John Burgoyne, who commanded a British army force in the Revolution.
The 1,647 square foot home was constructed from a panel system that makes it fireproof and earthquake resistant.
The 1912 home has plenty of its original Southern charm.
You can buy it fully furnished for an extra $1.2 million.
With 7,489 square feet of space, the property features three reception halls, eight bedrooms and much more.