Fantasy Farm Friday: $100 Million Westchester Estate

Get together with your friends and start pooling your money — this equestrian estate is worth it.

Calvin Klein, Inc. co-founder Barry K. Schwartz and his wife, Sheryl, have listed their roughly 740-acre spread in Westchester County, New York for $100,000,000.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Stonewall Farm — all 740 acres of it — is one of Westchester’s largest privately owned properties. And the price makes it the most expensive listing in the county.

Located in Granite Springs, a hamlet in the town of Somers, the estate is enough to make any equestrian drool. It has a 40-stall barn, two 24-stall barns, a turf racetrack and riding trails. The Schwartzes have bred or raced some 65 horses there, some of which have competed in the Kentucky Derby. So, you know it’s set up for everything you could want or need.

The Schwartz family originally purchased 673 acres of Stonewall for $3.25 million in 1979, adding the additional acreage not long after.

The four-story home on the property was completed in 2003 and features a white clapboard facade and a slate roof repurposed from the Yale Divinity School. Guys. Think about that. Even the roof is amazing — it’s more spiritual and better educated than most of us can ever hope to be. “I felt that it would bless the house, and it has,” Sheryl told the Journal.

The interior is 24,000-square-feet, each room more impressive than the last. There are eight bedrooms, an awe-inspiring kitchen and eight breathtaking bathrooms.

Guys! you can see some of the pastures FROM THE BATHTUB.

If that all of that weren’t enough to make your jaw drop, there is a zen garden and a two-story library that appears to be straight out of the 1991 Beauty and the Beast film.

Outside, there are Japanese-style gardens, a butterfly garden and a 4,000-square-foot building that houses a 60-foot pool with spa, a gym and a sauna.

Oh, the pool looks out on the pastures, too. Because of course it would.

Oh, did we forget to mention there’s a wine cellar? And not just any wine cellar — a 2,200-bottle wine cellar.

If you think you can scrape up enough pennies to purchase the estate, Kathleen Coumou of Christie’s International Real Estate and Andrew Emery of Christie’s International Real Estate Westechester | Hudson Valley are marketing the listing.

Hey! We can dream, right?