Mansion where iconic Audrey Hepburn played ‘Sabrina’ lists for $11M

The historic dwelling where Audrey Hepburn’s Sabrina lived most of her life dreaming up an entire new world with the Larrabees’ is now on sale for $11 million.

“This was as close to heaven as one could get on Long Island,” Sabrina Fairchild (Hepburn) says in “Sabrina,” as she described the Larrabee household mansion that she develop up in because the chauffeur’s daughter.

Located in Rye, New York, the house was first in-built 1917, effectively earlier than the Oscar-winning movie was launched in 1954.

Spanning over 9,400 sq. toes, the waterfront property is located on six acres of land.

The dwelling briefly went up for sale again in March for $12.5 million, earlier than resurfacing with a worth minimize.

It final bought again in 1999 for $6.48 million, data present.

Audrey Hepburn within the storage of the house whereas filming “Sabrina” in 1953.
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The home spans 9,437 sq. toes.
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The brick Georgian was designed by the notable architect Mott B Schmidt, and panorama designer Ellen Biddle Shipman.
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The waterfront property is located on 5.97 acres of land.
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The grand lobby.
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The household room with 4 double doorways for straightforward outdoor-indoor entry.
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Privately located on a protracted driveway that provides water views, the property additionally presents a personal seaside, a walled pool terrace, a visitor cottage and a indifferent barn and storage, in accordance with the itemizing.

Known as “The Anchorage,” the brick Georgian-style home was designed by notable architect Mott B Schmidt.

Classical designs are featured all through the house and boast a number of formal rooms, oak and brick herringbone flooring, carved moldings and partitions of French doorways for optimum daylight.

There is a kitchen, a walk-in pantry and a butler’s pantry. A second kitchen results in the gated kitchen backyard and lined porch from the mudroom.

Audrey Hepburn and William Holden in “Sabrina” in 1954.
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The lobby contains a spiral staircase.
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The wood-paneled nice room with a hearth.
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The kitchen.
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The den/examine with a wood-burning fire.
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The sunroom.
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The marble entry corridor contains a vista of water and a curved staircase. Meanwhile, the non-public library, formal residing rooms, and eating rooms supply wood-burning fireplaces, the itemizing states.

On the waterfront facet is a terrace and terraced garden, surrounded by two east and west sunrooms with matching balconies above.

The major suite options two full baths, two fireplaces, a number of closets and entry to the west balcony.

The third flooring has a skylit health and yoga studio, a full toilet and extra storage.

One of seven bedrooms with a wood-burning fire.
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The major suite options two full baths, two fireplaces, a number of closets and entry to the west balcony.
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One of eight loos.
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Another bed room.
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The pool surrounded by a manicured backyard.
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Christy Murphy of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the itemizing.

This was simply certainly one of three properties used to painting the Larrabee’s opulent seaside property.

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