House from Stepmom and Bounty Hunter finds buyer

Dated: May 15 2012

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If you ever drove past the beautiful Victorian home at 501 North Broadway in Upper Nyack and wondered why it looked so familiar, it was probably because you had seen it in a movie. 

Known locally as Glenholme, it has been the  setting for several movies—including 1998's Stepmom (Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon) and 2010's The Bounty Hunter (Jennifer Aniston, Gerard Butler)-in the movie it was a Bed and Breakfast called Cupid's Cabin.

The home was built in 1854, and offers over 5000 square feet of Victorian elegance.  On and off the market for almost two years, the property has gone into contract.  it was originally listed at $3,375,000 back in December of 2010, and last listed for $1,999,000.  The annual property taxes are listed around $33,000. The sale price will be disclosed after the title transfers. 

An architectural treasure, the home features a three-sided, wrap around porch, coffered ceilings, formal dining room with curved window wall, fluted columns and seven fireplaces.  The home graciously sits on one-and-a-half acres of magical property offering a wonderful stream, rolling hills, and magnificent Hudson River views.  There aren't many settings like this one.  A truly beautiful home!

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Steve Dolinsky

CELEBRATING MY 23rd YEAR IN REAL ESTATE….For the past two decades I have had the pleasure and privilege of living and working in the Nyacks as a full time real estate Broker Associate, assisting buy....

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