Socialite Cornelia Guest is moving to Texas and listing her sprawling 456-plus-acre estate in Ancramdale, NY, for $4.75 million.
That means she’ll have to find a fitting home for her menagerie of rescue animals in the Lone Star State, she tells Gimme Shelter.
“I have a mini horse and a donkey rescue,” Guest says, adding that her other rescue animals include Guinea hens, a Sulcata tortoise, ducks, chickens, peacocks, cats and dogs. “Everyone will come with me. I wanted to be closer to LA, but I also wanted a place where I could bring my animals. I thought, ‘Texas, here I come.’ It’s exciting.”
Guest bought her Columbia County farm in 2015 for an undisclosed price, as Page Six reported at the time.
Guest is the daughter of the late socialite C.Z. Guest, who was The Post’s gardening columnist, and the late polo legend Winston Guest.
While Guest looks for a Texas ranch to buy, she has rented a “little house” there.
Guest’s New York estate, which is 19 miles southeast of Hudson near the Connecticut and Massachusetts borders, features a 6,000-square-foot main house with six bedrooms and five bathrooms. There’s also a guest house, barns, fields, trails and plenty of stunning views. “It is really beautiful,” says Guest. “Every window I look out of is just gorgeous.”
The property is surrounded by seven farms, three of which are more than 200 acres each. The listing brokers are Drew Hingson and Graham Klemm of Klemm Real Estate.Source: Read Full Article