Mary Tyler Moore’s Former New York Estate Lists for $4M

An 85-acre upstate New York property has a bit more of a sparkle to it thanks to its past owner. Actress Mary Tyler Moore, who passed away in Greenwich in 2017, held part of the property for many years. It was within her 150-acre estate, which was listed altogether last year, but only a piece of it sold, according to Zillow. Now, this portion that has been turned into a state-of-the-art equestrian facility is asking $3.95 million. Even reduced in size, Grace Hill Farm is sprawling and serene for anyone who loves nature, horses, or historic architecture.

So, besides its famed history, what makes this spread so special? Let’s start with the equestrian amenities, which certainly impress. In fact, the horse facilities may even out-do the property’s quaint historic home. There is a massive barn that includes a 100-fee by 200′ indoor heated arena, a chic viewing lounge complete with a kitchen and dining area, 14 stalls, staff offices, tack rooms, grooming areas, and more. The grounds also hold a jumping arena and an eventing course with a Grand Prix field.

People are treated to top-quality living spaces, too, although they are far less expansive. Next to the barn, a four-bedroom farmhouse and two-bedroom apartment are ideal for housing everyone from family to jockeys. Built in 1728, the house charms with wood beams, gracious rooms, and cozy fireplaces.

Ann T. Dyal and John R. Friend of Houlihan Lawrence have the Millbrook, New York listing, which 6sqft first reported on.