Filed under: Estates
Back in May word came out from various sources that socialite Cornelia Guest had put her family's estate in Old Westbury, New York on the market. The listing was available then but now we've got some interior pics of the 11 bedroom home. The two-story brick colonial manor home built in 1924 has 28 rooms in total and the grounds are home to a pool, tennis courts, barn, formal gardens, and a greenhouse.
But let's talk about the interior. Namely, the animal prints. I haven't seen quite so many animal prints used in one home since we checked out Suzanne Somers's place in Palm Springs. The interior of this home is an eclectic mix of vintage antique furnishings and art combined with newer pieces from around the world. Tying it together is a whole zoo of animal prints used in the upholstery and rugs. Templeton is listed at $20 million.
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