$16 million is all it takes to own this golfer's dream home

Douglas Elliman Real Estate
By Matt S. Craig
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Thursday, June 09, 2016 | 1:33 p.m.

If you had all the money in the world and were tasked with building a golfer's dream house, what would it look like?

Chances are it would resemble this mansion in Westchester, New York. And you're in luck, it's for sale! The price tag: just under $16 million.

The nearly 10,000 square foot house sits on 10 acres and looks out onto conversed land around Lake Waccabuc, only an hour's drive from New York City.

It includes six bedrooms, eight baths, an infitinity pool, a heated spa, a 100 foot-long dock, a boat house, a one-bedroom guesthouse, and 300 feet of direct waterfront along which 60 feet of beach has been installed.

And the best part for golfers? How about two golf greens, a driving range, and 10 tee boxes for 10 different golf shots.

The original house was built in 1928 by Enoch Mead, who owned Lake Waccabuc and the surrounding area. Its current owner, Mark Mosello, bought the property in 1990 for $1 million. Mosello works as an outdoor lighting designer and his work can be seen on the estates of financiers like Sanford Weill and Jamie Dimon.

If you're interested and have an extra $16 million laying around, check out the listing here.

 

Matt S. Craig is a PGA.com intern and a Digital Sports Production student at Ball State University.