Calvin Klein Co-Founder Lists $100M Equestrian Estate in Westchester
Co-founder of fashion brand Calvin Klein, Barry K. Schwartz just listed his 740-acre equestrian estate for a grand $100 million. Amongst the pastoral landscape, the home is a marvel planted in the Westchester countryside.
As the largest private property currently owned in Westchester County, this estate known as Stonewall Farm is ideal for the horse fanatic. Over the last 40 years, the famous seller has created the perfect spot for raising thoroughbred horses, all sitting just an hour from the legendary Belmont Park racetrack. In total, there is a 40-stall yearling barn, two 24 stall broodmare barns, round pens, a turf racetrack, 4 board-fenced paddocks, and countless riding trails. These top-of-the-line facilities have proven effective since the farm has produced tons of winning horses and even had some race in the Kentucky Derby and Breeders’ Cup.
The main residence (for humans) is made up of eight bedrooms and eight full bathrooms across an overwhelming 24,000-square-feet of space. It was designed by architect Rebecca Rasmussen with interiors by Kelly Hoppen, and matches the prestige of the grounds with ease. Rooms emanate elegance with chic fireplaces and French doors. There are also plenty of luxurious bonus spaces including a pub, domed sunroom, 2,200-bottle wine cellar, and two-story library.
As well as offering a 4,000-square-foot pool house, 60-foot pool, spa, and gym, the property holds a guest house, caretaker’s house, and eight staff residences. After all, it takes a village to maintain 740 acres of land.
The Westchester County estate is listed with Kathleen Coumou, Andrew Emery, and David Sanders of Christie’s International Real Estate.