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Sylvester Stallone’s former home in upstate New York is for sale for $4.2 million

Sylvester Stallone’s former home in upstate New York is for sale for .2 million
Sylvester Stallone’s former home in upstate New York is for sale for .2 million

A property previously owned by both actor Sylvester Stallone and cookbook author and Vogue columnist Barbara Kafka is coming to the market in Garrison, New York.

Perched high on a hill in the hamlet and offering 180-degree views of the Hudson River, the residence offers more than 4,500 square feet of living space, including an indoor pool, on just over 6 acres of land.

The listing is owned by Abbie Carey of Houlihan Lawrence and is valued at $4.29 million.

The wraparound deck. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
The swimming pool has its own wing. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
The house has recently undergone a complete renovation. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
One of four bedrooms. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
The kitchen. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography

Property records do not confirm exactly when the “Rocky” star lived there, but press materials suggest it was likely 1988. Barbara Kafka – who died in 2018 at the age of 84 – bought the house at 40 High Ridge Road in 1999 and her family sold it in 2015 to Shea Spencer, the current owner and founder of the agency Artist Commissions.

Spencer regularly rents out the property for “celebrity and high-fashion photo shoots,” and we hear it has also been featured in campaigns for Marc Jacobs and Bergdorf Goodman, among other brands.

Built in 1969, the four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom property recently underwent a major renovation to transform it into a contemporary “monument to minimalism,” complete with floor-to-ceiling, energy-efficient glass walls and doors, a new wraparound deck and an indoor sandstone pool, the listing states.

The dining room. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
An office. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
The lower level. Houlihan Lawrence and Anne Day Photography
Sylvester Stallone. Getty Images for Netflix
Barbara Kafka on September 30, 1994. Fairfax Media via Getty Images

Located at the end of a scenic driveway, the home’s main floor opens to the kitchen, which features “abundant flamed maple cabinets,” oversized butcher block countertops, a vintage farmhouse sink, and an oculus skylight. From there, the open layout flows into the dining and living room, which feature a wood-burning fireplace, a modernist marble mantel, and sliding glass doors to the patio.

Also on the ground floor is an office and the master suite with glass walls, walk-in cedar closet and private bathroom.

The lower level includes a media room, a guest suite with sauna and two additional bedrooms.