CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- For homeowners looking to live like a king in Westchester County, a 1904-built Chappaqua colonial offers buyers the chance to do just that.
"At first glance, you would think this home belonged to royalty at one point," said Houlihan Lawrence agent, Joanne Georgiou. "I love this home for its massive property, located right on a lake, and for the beauty of the house itself."
Nicknamed "King's Way" for its impressive facade and interior details, 780 King Street in Chappaqua includes seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and 7,223 sq. ft. of living space, all on nearly ten acres of property. The home is currently listed for $2,395,000 by Houlihan Lawerence.
True to its name, King's Way was built using a classic European design common for many large estates during the turn of the century. Largely maintaining its original structure and only containing a few small additions, the home overlooks the manmade Tertia lake.
"The estate is located on one of the most sought after locations in Chappaqua," said Georgiou. "The home just has an old world feeling that is hard to find in this area."
The interior of Kings Way features unmatched details that give the home a sense of character. With pristine woodwork, refined moldings and plasterwork, high ceilings and fireplaces throughout the home, 780 King Street was wonderfully designed.
The secluded property features a number of outbuildings, including a carriage house, pool house and barn. Guests can enjoy the view of the lake, take a dip in the inground pool or walk along the quiet, wooded acres.
"The home really is impressive both inside and out," said Georgiou. "The architects of the home spent a lot of time and paid attention to detail in every room in the house."
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