Welcome to Ethelwynde, one of the last remaining private Great Estates in the Berkshires. Built in 1927 the 26 room, stately English manor house boasts some of the most spectacular mountain views, and overlooks 31 lush, exquisitely manicures acres. Originally built for the U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, the home was later owned by Kate Winthrop, the daughter of Moses Taylor, who was one of the founders of Citibank and among the wealthiest men in NYC in the 19th century.
Having been meticulously and lovingly restored to its original state of high elegance and prestige, the home features a 23’ x 34’ living room, a library paneled in Purpleheart wood from the Amazon forest, a banquet sized dining room and 3-exposure conservatory, a gym, playroom, a midcentury guest house and more.
Looking for your own Great Gatsby-esque spot? You're in luck! Ethelwynde has just hit the market for $5.9 million - which is such an insane steal.
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[Photos courtesy Gross and Daley Photography]