A Wall Street Managing Director Is Selling His Jaw Dropping 22 Acre Westchester Estate For $30 Million

Bedford Hills Compound

Photo: Douglas Elliman

Marvin Schwartz, managing director and portfolio manager at Neuberger Berman, is selling his amazing Westchester estate for $30 million, the NY Post reports.The place is called Twin Ponds (one of the ponds is under the house), and it sits on 21.7 acres of land. The 6 bedroom, 3,600 square foot house boasts floor to ceilings windows, but it’s really the grounds that will take your breath away.

The pool and massive wine cellar aren’t too shabby either.

Sally Slater at Douglas Elliman has the listing.

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