It’s shaping up to be a short stay in New York for gold medal figure skater Lucinda Ruh. Just two years after spending $1.69 million on an entertainer’s abode in Armonk, she’s putting the property up for sale at $1.975 million.
The 2.7-acre property centers on an elegant showplace built in 1997. Across 4,825 square feet, the single-story home features chandelier-topped living spaces with custom wallpapers and light spring colors.
On the main level, there’s a foyer, formal dining room, open-concept kitchen, family room and living room with a wet bar. The library adds coffered ceilings and custom millwork.
The master suite, one of four bedrooms, holds two bathrooms, two closets and a dressing room with mirrored walls and barrel ceilings. Through French doors, it opens to the backyard, where a covered dining area expands to a lawn and an infinity-edge pool and spa.
Trees cover most of the grounds out back, and in the front, there’s a circular motor court.
Armonk — a small hamlet in Westchester County best known for housing the IBM headquarters — is found about 30 miles outside New York City.
Stacey Pinkas and Stacey Oestreich of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.