17 Cowdray Park Drive, Armonk, New York, 10504 United States
Conyers Farm is a tract of land in Greenwich, Connecticut, near the New York-Connecticut border. Established by U.S. Steel founder Edmund C. Converse in 1904, the property represented the consolidation of 20 farms. Much of the land had long been uncultivated, but the farm became an important source of employment and food for Greenwich. The 1,481-acre (599 ha) site was unoccupied for 15 years after Converse’s death. Conyers Farm was repurposed for luxury home development in the 1980s and several celebrities have owned property there since that time.
Conyers Farm was established by U.S. Steel founder Edmund C. Converse in 1904. It was named after the Old English spelling of Converse’s name. To acquire the land for Conyers Farm, Converse purchased and consolidated 20 farms. Initially, he was the sole owner of the property, which consisted of a main house and several other buildings that served as quarters for 200 workers that maintained the farm.
Description: “Majestic Conyers Farm estate embraces the captivating beauty of ten spectacular acres on Converse Lake with a putting green, heated pool with spa and poolside conservatory. Custom designed for a celebrated professional athlete, the sophisticated 19,387 square foot French-inspired stone manor with 26-rooms, six bedrooms and ten marble baths affords the ultimate in 21st century luxury. French doors in most main floor rooms with 14-foot ceilings open to multi-level terraces overlooking exquisite gardens and pool. Marble/limestone fireplaces enh… MORE
AMENITIES Balcony, Basketball Court, Cathedral/Vaulted/High Ceiling, Eat in Kitchen, Exercise Room, Formal Dining Room, Gated Community, Guest Quarters, In Ground Pool, Pantry, Porch, Powder Room, Privacy, Sauna/Steam Room, Security System, Sprinkler Lawn Sys, Walk In Closet”
- 6 Bedrooms
- 10.2 Bathrooms
- 19,387 Square Feet
- 10 acres
- 17 Cowdray Park Drive, Armonk, New York, 10504 United States
- Listing courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence