BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Situated in wooded Bedford, a new listing features a state-of-the-art sports complex and a saltwater pool, ideal for summer fun. The farmhouse colonial is inviting for guests who want to beat the heat, shoot hoops or work on a tan.
Built in 1994, 7 Hobby Farm Drive boasts over two acres of private property, which was previously home to Banksville Golf Club. "The home's over two acres of park-like property is stunning when you first get a glimpse," said Andrea Hoolan, listing agent for Houlihan Lawrence. "With sprawling lawns and plenty of activities, residents can enjoy their yard all year long."
The grand sports complex was designed as a full basketball court, but residents can also play tennis, volleyball and even hockey when the weather gets cold enough to freeze it over. "It's a totally versatile, all-season sports court," said Hoolan. "With the backdrop of beautiful Bedford, it's impossible to not enjoy yourself while playing your favorite game."
The inside of 7 Hobby Farm Drive includes four-plus bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms and 5,245 sq. ft. of living space. For even more entertainment, the home features a home theater on the lower level, complete with blackout shades and a full summer kitchen. "Everything in this home is in mint condition," said Hoolan. "There's a great amount of space, allowing plenty of room to grow."
While the home is located in Bedford, it is just a short drive to Greenwich, downtown Bedford and Armonk. "You are right in the hub in that location," said Hoolan. "It's a great, safe neighborhood to ride bikes, hit the local shopping district or just enjoy its beauty."
Located in the Byram Hills school district and just minutes from local shops and parks, this listing is sought after in Bedford. "Something like this, that was built on a golf course, is guaranteed to amaze," said Hoolan. "You look around and notice the amazing property, sunsets and the rolling hills and you have to be awestruck."
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