Director of “Will & Grace” Sells Equestrian Estate

Jim Burrows, the director of "Will & Grace", recently sold his 194-acre Dutchess County farm for $15 million in what is perceived to be a record breaking deal for the town of Millbrook, NY. The famed sitcom director appropriately dubbed his cherished horse estate "Willow Grace Farm" after the hit TV series and even quipped in a 2009 "Elle Decor" piece that "the show paid for most of the grass here." View the listing.

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Jim Burrows, the director of "Will & Grace", recently sold his 194-acre Dutchess County farm for $15 million in what is perceived to be a record breaking deal for the town of Millbrook, NY. The famed sitcom director appropriately dubbed his cherished horse estate "Willow Grace Farm" after the hit TV series and even quipped in a 2009 "Elle Decor" piece that "the show paid for most of the grass here." View the listing.
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The home was designed and built by G.P. Schafer Architects over a span of four years and the firm ultimately won the 2009 Palladio Award for "outstanding work" on Willow Grace Farm.
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According to the listing, many of the gorgeous wooden floor boards are derived from Columbia County. Their color reflects their pre-Revolutionary war origins.
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A view of the dining room that can accommodate at least twelve.
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The double living room features circa 1800 neoclassical mantels.
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A view of the stunning gourmet kitchen.
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A view of the horse barn that has eight stalls, a wash stall, strophe room, and tack room. In the barn's upper level, there are two one-bedroom apartments--each has a kitchen, sitting room, and bathroom.
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The estate includes the six acre Derby field that has a Hunter-Jumper course, two open water jumps, gazebo, as well as a koi pond and a machine/repair shed with tractor garaging.
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The lovely estate is located in the heart of fox-hunting country and features a total of five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
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