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 (Looking more closely, the wall ACCESSORIES are portraits of the owner and her children. Sweet, but hardly masterpieces that could be sold to stave off foreclosure)

(Looking more closely, the wall ACCESSORIES are portraits of the owner and her children. Sweet, but hardly masterpieces that could be sold to stave off foreclosure)

Reader Jason sends long this real estate boast page? - something - describing a home in Wappingers' Falls owned by " a money manager and his philanthropic/socialite wife". That description is a phony as the home's own description, but never mind; it strikes me that the money manager's theft of $5,000 will hardly be enough to maintain this crumbling old place. Seems like a futile gesture, but perhaps they need gas money. I'm informed that they're also trying to rent a 2-bedroom cottage on the grounds for $2,800, so the check heist would have netted Jon almost two month of that.

The few interior shots, by the way, illustrate why one should never allow a former trailer trash hairdresser from Alabama to decorate her own house: bless her heart, she just doesn't know better.

Estate Located in the Hudson Valley
1111 Route 376 Wappingers Falls, NY

This behemoth Estate, located in New York’s Dutchess County, is owned by a money manager and his philanthropist/socialite wife. The manicured property includes 7 formal gardens, 2 swimming pools (indoor & outdoor) with pool cabana, a tennis court, a basketball court, 3 playgrounds, and an English conservatory.  The 32,000-square-foot colonial mansion includes 12 bedrooms, 17 baths, a solarium, 2 libraries, 8 fireplaces, 2 kitchens, a wine cellar, an ice rink, a home theatre, multiple verandas, and an art gallery. Also on the property is a 3-car garage with an artist studio and a BBQ pit. The beautiful sculptured gardens boast multiple gazebos, and a formal entrance to the property. This Real Estate Mansion Property* is located in Dutchess County, NY.

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