A Snedens Landing Charmer with Ties to Bill Murray and Uma Thurman Wants $2M

Bill Murray, the beloved comedic actor from cult classics like Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, and Caddyshack, keeps a fairly low profile outside of the spotlight. The celeb is more likely to photobomb people for fun than show off flashy possessions. That said, it’s no surprise that one of his past residences was in the quiet hamlet of Palisades in New York. Nestled off a main road but mere steps away from the Hudson River, the 19th-century dwelling is now on the market for $1.995 million.

Built in 1868, the charming home is succinctly dubbed ‘The Manse.’ After undergoing a restoration in 2016 costing just over $1 million, the home is a sophisticated property awaiting a new buyer. Mansion Global reports that Murrary lived in the home briefly while his own home was in progress, but he’s not the only celebrity with ties to the space. Actress and model Uma Thurman has lived in the area, and funny enough her former bathtub was reglossed and now sits in this exact home.

Encompassing a total of 3,100 square feet on under half an acre, the property is a cozy getaway and actually far from a stuffy, over-the-top manse. In 19th-century Hudson Valley fashion, a front porch sets the stage to instantly greet guests with ornate moldings and restored wide plank pine floors. Inside, two separate living spaces lie on either side of the entryway, meeting together in the country kitchen complete with updated appliances and a wood-burning pizza.

Upstairs are the home’s four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The large backyard is fenced in for four-legged friends and includes a matching outdoor porch. Only 25 minutes from Manhattan, The Manse could be perfect for another entertainment industry figure looking for a peaceful New York refuge since the area is so star-studded.

Richard Ellis of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.