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Very Nice -- Zach's previous post on 'Coxwould' was in 2012 when it was on the market for $24.95 million. The link to the listing is still active so I assume this house has not sold in at least 4-years.The listing states there are eight bedrooms, same number as in the original floor plan posted in 2012; but that included three servants rooms plus a bedroom over the garage (chauffeur?). The house doesn't appear to have been enlarged -- I wonder if the servants rooms are still there?
Thanks Ancient, the article you linked to referenced two guest houses (garage & pool house) so the servants rooms were probably reconfigured when the kitchen below them was remodeled. Plus there's a third floor for which an original floor plan wasn't published.Personally, I would have left the servants rooms alone -- sometimes you don't want certain guests (& relatives) to be too comfortable. But I'm sure that's just me.
"... sometimes you don't want certain guests (& relatives) to be too comfortable. But I'm sure that's just me."I feel just the same way.
Lots of Doctors built Hamptons houses, didn't they?
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