Actress Zoë Kravitz of “Big Little Lies,” “High Fidelity,” and “The Batman” has purchased a charming vacation home in the Pound Ridge enclave of New York’s Westchester County for $1.45 million.
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American actress, singer, and model Zoë Kravitz, daughter of actor-musician Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet, has been busy with the upcoming release of “The Batman” and directing her debut film, “Pussy Island” with rumored beau Channing Tatum. Recently, the 32-year-old star has also made strides in the real state industry with the purchase of a Westchester getaway. The Los Angeles native is based primarily out of Brooklyn with her $3.2 million Williamsburg apartment in a converted warehouse purchased in 2015. Now, the actress has acquired a newfound residence two hours from her Brooklyn Loft. Kravitz quietly purchased a charming retreat in the Pound Ridge enclave of New York’s Westchester County for $1.45 million. The property had previously been owned by actress Maggie Q who purchased the residence for $1,230,850.
Built in the 1800s, Kravitz’s newfound getaway was formerly a cider mill, known as Aaron Wood’s Mill. Spanning 2,592 square feet, the rustic structure has been converted into a two bedroom and three bath residence. With a stone pathway leading to the front door, the home opens to a soaring great room with a stone fireplace, dark wood flooring, and plentiful windows offering picturesque views of the natural landscape. The humble abode encapsulates a barn inspired aesthetic with richly aged barn wood, hand-hewn beams and columns, wide-plank floors, and a vaulted ceiling. The interior highlights a complementary modern kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, a long center island, and bar seating. In the adjacent space, the home leads into an open dining area and living room with a cozy fireplace.
Upstairs, the loft-like master bedroom nearly spans the entire floor. The sizable suite presents a fireplace, separate living area, dressing room, and tiled bathroom with a copper freestanding soaking tub. Additionally, the residence showcases an al fresco nook with a picnic table-style dining space and a mezzanine overlooking the primary living area. Stepping outside, the exterior offers woodsy grounds spanning over two acres of scenic land. The expansive landscape features a waterfall, a wrought-iron bridge over a small stream, tall trees for peak privacy, lounging and seating spaces, and lush greenery.
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