The house doesn’t exactly scream "celebrity residence." Originally built in the mid-1700s, with additions in the mid-1800s, the four-bed, 3.5-bath Flemish farmhouse is modestly sized at 2,297 square feet. While it does have a pool, an outdoor kitchen, and a breathtaking view of the glittering Hudson River, there’s no security-manned gate to keep the paparazzi out.
And yet the Ding Dong House, as its known among the illustrious and elite who live nearby (it was once the town library and had a ringing bell), has been home to Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, Jerome Robbins, and Margot Kidder. It’s currently on the market for $3.25 million.