The “Beautiful Woman” entertainer recorded the almost 50-section of the land property last October
Entertainer Richard Gere has found a purchaser for his rambling nation compound in upstate New York, which he set available for $28 million last October.
The posting went into contract Thursday, as per records on Multiple Listing Service.
Situated in Pound Ridge, about an hour’s drive from New York City, the almost 50-section of the land home has five designs including an 11,658-square-foot principal home, pens, a private lake with a sandy ocean side and an island, a soccer field, and a pool, as indicated by the posting with Muffin Dowdle of Ginnel Real Estate.
The principal house has eight rooms, 11 washrooms, a proper lounge, a family room, a connoisseur kitchen, a morning meal alcove with a wood-consuming chimney, a library, and a review, as per the posting.
Mr. Gere, 72, who featured in such famous movies as “American Gigolo” (1980) and “Lovely Woman” (1990), purchased the land in 1986 for $1.51 million, property records show.
Mr. Gere’s bequest is encircled by 4,300 sections of land of safeguarded land, as per the posting.
A rep for Mr. Gere, as well as the posting specialist, didn’t promptly answer demands for input.
Pound Ridge is a rural town in New York’s Westchester County and within the boundaries of Connecticut. Presently, the most costly private property sold in the town is an almost 30-section of land home with a 9,822-square-foot memorable house, which sold for $9.8 million last month, as per Zillow.