Is it possible to live in the lap of luxury in Broome County? It sure is and this simply stunning estate on Crocker Hill Road proves it.

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When we first stumbled on the real estate listing for this property, we were struck with how beautiful the home and property are but as we continued to scroll through the photos, each one was even more breathtaking than the last and every descriptive word in the dictionary sprang to mind.

Built in 2010, 124 Crocker Hill Road in Binghamton sits on 20 acres of land but the land isn't the only big thing. This estate boasts an astounding 13,831 square feet, nine bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and five half baths.

This four-level home is completely energy efficient and filled with state-of-the-art mechanicals. Although this home is equipt with modern conveniences, it seeps old world charm and is a clone of an 1890s estate.

Each bedroom feels like its own private and luxurious hotel suite and the incredible views of the four-acre manmade lake are unparallel. Cozy up in front of one of the five wood-burning fireplaces or enjoy a summer evening in the private guest lakehouse. Soak in the sun on the private lakeside beach or sneak in a workout on the basketball court.

Really, no detail has been overlooked at this property which would be glorious as a private residence or even as a corporate retreat for anyone looking for peace and seclusion.

Located in the town of Fenton, 124 Crocker Hill Road is listed with Michael DeRosa of Michael Derosa Exchange Llc. for the price of $2,250,000.

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Is it possible to live in the lap of luxury in Broome County? It sure is and this simply stunning estate on Crocker Hill Road estate proves it. Listed with Michael DeRosa of Michael Derosa Exchange Llc, this 13,831 square foot mansion sits on 20 acres of pristine land and is listed for the sale price of $2,250,000. This property is the definition of opulence.

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