1927 Abandoned Elda Castle In Ossining New York

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1927 Abandoned Elda Castle In Ossining New York

1927 Abandoned Elda Castle In Ossining New York

$3,500,000

SOLD

249 Croton Dam Rd, Ossining, New York10562

beds ¦ 4.5 baths ¦ 4,337 Sq ft ¦ 49.6 acres

Castle, Fixer Upper

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About This 1927 Abandoned Elda Castle In Ossining New York

Elda Castle was built in 1927 by David T. Abercrombie and was inspired by his wife’s vision, who was also the architect. It is set on 49.6 acres and this acreage includes three tax lots. The castle, which is in need of total renovation, consists of 2 stories of living space and has remaining features such as open patio with fireplace and cast iron spiral staircase leading to the tower. The land surrounding the castle can be used as a serene private estate or possibly developed. The castle and barn will need to be renovated.

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3 Comments

  1. I’d love to see the inside. It would be a cool place, but 3 million for something that is falling apart?

    • To those commenting… my great uncle at one point owned, and raised his family in this castle. I have fond memories running around the acres with the family Saint Bernard, and playing in the hauntingly beautiful-deserted ballrooms. One of the rooms was filled with Ladybugs.
      We are sad to see her in this state, and will forever cherish the memories she gave us.
      If anyone is interested in more information please feel free to contact notnatalie@icloud.com

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