Crazy Features of New York Homes You Won’t Believe
You've probably played, watched or even hosted backyard games of badminton, horseshoes, bocce or volleyball. How about a game on a giant chessboard? The one above is located at a home in Pound Ridge, New York.
It's currently off the market, its estimated value is around $75 million, and it's just one of many New York State homes with bizarre features that are hard to fathom.
There's a more affordable home in East Aurora (just $3 million) that used to belong to one-time Buffalo Bills' star Mario Williams. The felt on the pool table in the man cave is a dead giveaway:
The Buffalo-area home above also has a sweet library. And you'd have plenty of shelf space in it for your books, because it looks like Mr. Williams didn't do a lot of reading at home:
If home movies (or movies at home) are your thing, check out this featured room at a house in Millbrook:
The home with the theater above, located near Poughkeepsie, in Dutchess County, about 90 miles north of New York City, also has a medieval wine cellar and tasting room:
For the thrill-seekers among you, check out this shower available at a home in Greece, just outside Rochester:
You can get squeaky clean AND show off for all the boaters on Lake Ontario. And if you're a boating enthusiast, you really need to see a home in Alexandria Bay, featuring its own boathouse, complete with hydraulic lifts for your watercraft:
If there are homes you've seen with cool features, we'd love to hear about them. And, while we're at it, if money were no object, what unique touches would you create for YOUR dream house?