Richard Gere Lists Upstate New York Retreat for $28 Million
Located an hour drive from Manhattan, the 48-acre Pound Ridge estate comes with five separate residences
Hollywood legend Richard Gere has listed his longtime upstate New York compound for $28 million. Located about 50 miles from Manhattan, the Pound Ridge estate comprises five separate residences that the Pretty Woman actor pieced together over the course of ten years, starting in 1986. The entire spread encompasses 48 bucolic acres and sits adjacent to the sprawling Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, the largest park in Westchester County.
Spanning 11,600 square feet, the Shingle-style main house was completed in 2000 and features eight bedrooms, nine baths, and nine wood-burning fireplaces. Listing photos showcase the rustic-meets-refined interiors, which include stone fireplace surrounds, wide-plank floors, coffered ceilings, and abundant natural millwork. Elsewhere on the sprawling compound are the four other dwellings (one of which is configured as an office), a six-stall barn, a pond with beach, a pool court, and a regulation-size soccer field.
It appears the actor is looking to unload his longtime property for a fresh start with his third wife, Spanish publicist and activist Alejandra Silva, whom he wed in 2018. (She gave birth to the couple’s second child in 2020.) In fact, just last year, Gere plunked down nearly $10 million for a property in a neighboring town of North Salem.
The home is listed with Muffin Dowdle of Ginnel Real Estate. See more photos below.