The impressive Hudson Valley estate belonging to Elizabeth Ross "Libet" Johnson, great-granddaughter of the co-founder of Johnson & Johnson, has just hit the market for $13 million. Although Elizabeth Johnson has had an impressive portfolio of real estate in her lifetime, this sprawling property, called Lightning Tree Farm, is by far the grandest—did I mention there's an insane helipad on the property?!
The entire 600-acre estate has been split up into different properties now on the market. Two are going for just under $1 million (a steal!), while the third, a 372-acre estate, is up for $12.995 million. After Johnson's death in 2017, the Lightning Tree Farm was sold off in pieces by the remaining family members, making these three properties your last chance at owning a piece of this magical farm.
The main piece of land for sale includes an 18,000-square-foot mansion that has 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, eight fireplaces, and a private screening room. The estate also houses a pool, a poolhouse, a guest house, a caretaker's apartment, two garages, a private helipad, and an 18-stall stable complete with a riding ring. What more could you ask for?
The private helipad is actually the only one in the town of Washington—no other helipads are even allowed in the area—and the commute to New York City is only a short 40 minutes from the property (by air, of course). Check out the video below giving us an inside look at the property—it'll make you want to get your checkbooks out and ready.
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