The former Westchester house of Seychelles diplomat Justin Etzin and his then-wife, previous Latvian product and Maxim protect girl Lana Zakocela, is again on the market place for $3.37 million.
That is down from its previous request of $6.75 million, but higher than the least bid when it was up for auction past calendar year for $2.5 million. The Seychelles governing administration bought the estate for Etzin, the son of late hotelier Bernard Etzin, and Zakocela again in 2016 — subsequent their “Eyes Huge Shut”-themed wedding in Florence.
The estate, at 1503 Previous Orchard St. in North Castle, sits on 7.9 acres and features a lake surrounded by a stone quarry.
There are also visitor cottages and stables. The ground has also been dug for a 60-foot infinity pool overlooking a granite cliff over the lake. It’s all surrounded by 490 acres of shielded conservation land.
The house was originally section of a 43-acre estate owned by the Straus relatives, which formerly owned Macy’s office merchants and, later on, by a member of the Hearst publishing loved ones. (Brothers Isidor and Nathan Straus co-owned Macy’s right until Isidor’s dying on the Titanic in 1912.) The listing broker is Angela Kessel of Houlihan Lawrence.
“The property’s legacy of possession is as opposed to everything I have witnessed in advance of — a retail titan, a publishing powerhouse and a foreign authorities, all of whom absolutely cherished its seclusion and beauty, permanently protected by conservation land. It is a after-in-a-life time possibility,” Kessel suggests.