Paul Teutul Sr.'s ‘American Chopper’ Estate Will Cater to Your Animal Instincts

The 'Orange County Choppers' star is selling his home for $2.5million.


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Courtesy of realtor Seta Tunell, Ellis Sotheby’s International realty; www.ellissothebysrealty.com

If you’re a fan of Orange County Choppers and American Chopper, this 38-acre estate in Montgomery might look familiar: It’s the home of the reality series’ star, Paul Teutul Sr., and it’s on the market for $2.5 million.

Teutul, who is also vice president of the Hudson Valley SPCA, is seeking a more modest home for himself on property with larger pastures for rescued animals.

The property and home at 95 Judson Road, in Orange County’s horse country, are spectacular. The 3,448 sq ft, 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath, log-cabin-style home features a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace in the great room and an open layout floor plan. The chef in the family will appreciate the Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Bosch-outfitted kitchen with a six-burner stove.

Outside, a full wrap-around porch allows views of the beautiful countryside, and overlooks the carefully landscaped grounds. The gated estate includes a custom in-ground pool with waterfalls, spa, and water slide, a pool house, and a volleyball court for the athletes. Multiple patios equipped with Viking grills, a koi pond, waterfalls, and a one-acre self-feeding pond stocked with fish are perfect for those who prefer to relax. There’s also a multiple-stall barn and several outbuildings on the property for the hobby farmer.

Teutul and his sons are noted for being expert mechanics and fabricators, and that’s reflected in a two-story showcase garage with two self-contained apartments for guests, plus another working garage suitable for a car aficionado or hobbyist.

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