2. Seven Springs Estate
The Seven Springs is an opulent Westchester mansion that was built in 1919 by Eugene Meyer who is also famous for being the first president of the World Bank and a publisher for the Washington Post. The mansion has a total of 60 rooms, two servant wings, three large swimming pools, and 15 bedrooms.
Donald Trump purchased the Seven Springs mansion for $7.5 million around two decades ago. Although Trump initially planned to turn the Seven Springs into a golf course, he instead kept the place as a resort for families to stay in within its 50,000-square-foot home. Trump usually spends his time in the Seven Springs as his retreat where he enjoys his private pools, hiking, ATV riding, and fishing.