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Eklund and Gomes are kings of Westchester castles

Fredrick Eklund and John Gomes have been tapped to sell a collection of uber luxury Westchester estates.

Greystone on Hudson will feature 21 two to five-acre cutom-built estates priced from $5 to $25 million.

Developer, Greystone Mansion Group, has unveiled two custom estates in the enclave.  Offering panoramic Hudson River views just 13-miles from Manhattan, Greystone on Hudson is nestled between Lyndhurst Castle and the Old Croton Aqueduct Park.

It sits along what was known as Millionaires Row during the gilded age, home to the Astors, Lehmans, Morgans and Rockefellers. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a 40-plus room Italianate mansion known as the Greystone Castle occupied the site.

The castle burned down after a fire in the 1970s.

Estates at Greystone on Hudson feature home theaters, wine cellars, outdoor pools, pool houses, tennis courts, pizza kitchens, bowling alleys, indoor basketball courts and rock climbing walls and sunset viewing verandas.

The first completed estate, 8 Carriage Trail, situated on 2.6 acres, sold for $9 million after nine days on the market, making it the highest priced sale in Westchester so far this year at the time of closing.  Eklund, star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York, and Gomes, both of Douglas Elliman in Manhattan, will work in tandem with Ellen Schwartz and Scott Elwell of the Fieldstone Group, Douglas Elliman agents with expertise in Westchester and Connecticut.

“Greystone on Hudson is setting a new standard for living in Westchester, offering the sophistication, quality and style we have come to expect of luxury properties in Manhattan, in a spectacular setting with breathtaking river views and landscapes,” said Eklund.

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