The daughter of the late hotelier Sol Kerzner is poised to make real estate headlines of her own, listing her Columbia County home in what could set a local record.
Beverley Kerzner Lists Ingadi, Her 130-Acre Estate at 461 Silverspike Road, Pine Plains, for $25 Million, WSJ Report.
Already the most expensive listing in the county, a sale at that price would be the most expensive in county history, according to Compass’ Leonard Steinberg, who shares the listing with Byron Anderson.
Kerzner bought the massive residence in 2015 for $3.5 million and has been expanding the property ever since.
The property has a four bedroom main house and a five bedroom cottage. After deciding not to convert the existing structure into a single-family home, she hired Niels Schoenfelder to build the modern, barn-inspired main house, which was completed in 2020.
The main residence spans 7,500 square feet and includes a wine cellar, gym, steam room and sauna, while the master bedroom has a private roof deck. There is also a patio with a covered seating area, bar and built-in BBQ area, and radiant floor heating for snowmelt.
Other properties on the estate include four barns (one of which dates back to the 18th century), horse paddocks, an outdoor riding area and a swimming pool. Kerzner also installed an Airstream trailer and several glamping and recreational sites.
Kerzner told the media she decided to list home This way she can travel more.
Prices soared to new highs as the Hudson Valley real estate market boomed during the pandemic.
In September, Suzy Welch sold her Red Hook home for $18.5 million. The sale for the 290-acre estate set a Dutchess County record, though well short of the $25 million Welch had listed for a few months earlier.
— holden warner