What do Uma Thurman, Ethan Hawke, Jerome Robbins and Margot Kidder have in common? They’ve all lived in “Ding Dong House.” That’s right, the playfully named home in the celebrity enclave of Snedens Landing, a secluded community along the Hudson, has had some high profile residents. Now you can join the roster for just $3.25 million, according to Bloomberg.
Originally, built in the mid-1700s, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom Flemish farmhouse is a relatively modest 2,297 square feet. It features a pool, an outdoor kitchen and views of the Hudson River.
And if that isn’t enough, add being neighbors with Bill Murray, Diane Sawyer, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Al Pacino – who all own homes in the small village 12 miles north of the George Washington Bridge in the Palisades hamlet of Orangetown, New York.
According to Zillow, there are 11 homes on the market right now but they’ll probably be filled with celebrities before you know it, so act fast.