muttontown mansion

“Cedar Hill,” the Muttontown mansion of billionaire Brooks Brothers CEO, is listed for sale at 393 Mill River Road.

Claudio Del Vecchio currently owns the 8-acre estate with his wife, Debra Ann, according to The New York Post. They had bought the property in 2012 for $7.5 million. 

Built in 1916, this original Gold Coast estate has been renovated and restored, “blending today’s finest luxurious amenities with gracious period details,” the listing says. The property is accessible by a gated driveway and surrounded by lush, manicured landscaping. 

The estate-style brick home almost resembles an old school building with its large size — 13,000 square feet — and simple exterior. But in reality, it’s much more a secluded oasis with nearly everything you could possibly desire in a basement and three floors of living space, including an elevator connecting it all.

For starters, the basement has an indoor swimming pool, spa, and gym. It also has a dog spa, half bathroom, prep kitchen, laundry room, wine cellar, and storage. The basement has walk-out access to the yard, as well.

The first floor has a grand entryway, a library, powder room, bar, formal living room and dining room, sunroom, family room, coat closet, and large, gourmet kitchen with a butler’s pantry, breakfast room, and new appliances.

The master suite is on the second floor, along with six other bedrooms, one with a handicap bathroom. The second floor also has a home office overlooking the garden and a balcony. The third floor hosts the guest quarters, which includes a full bathroom and storage space.

The home has a total of nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and four half bathrooms. Outdoors, there’s a tennis court, inground pool, gardens, putting green, and a playhouse — plus, a five-car garage.

The asking price for the property is $12,500,000, not including the annual property tax of $102,391.

The real estate agents listed for the property are Debra Russell and Cottie Maxwell Pournaras, of Daniel Gale Assoc., Inc, who can be reached at 631-692-6770.

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