Filed under: Estates
Actress Lorraine Bracco seems to have a love of quietly charming homes. Her house in Bridgehampton, which has been pulled off the market had a very cozy look and the same is true of her house in Snedens Landing which we learned was on the market through Braden Keil's column in the New York Post. While not as posh an address as the Hamptons, the town does offer a quick escape from the city. Bracco's home sits on two acres bordered by the Hudson River. The cute cottage has a master bedroom with a fireplace and views of the Hudson River. Other interesting details include a circular stone stairway leading to a terraced garden, a skylit bedroom/sitting area with a fireplace and a large great room which has a deck. The home was built in the 1960s but has an updated kitchen. The Real Estalker reports that Bracco bought the home from Ellen Burstyn back in 1989 and has been trying to sell it for a few years (perhaps because she is saving up for a vineyard). It is listed at $3.2 million. After the jump, a great place to spend a long weekend.
Bonus listing: In researching the area, I found that the Captain Larry Sneden home, a 1780 stone Colonial is also for sale ( it is listed at $3.45 million).