Mitchell Cannold, the producer of the highly acclaimed film “Dirty Dancing” — among many other cinematic hits from the 1980s — has listed his sleek suburban New York home for $5.98 million.
Designed by renowned architects Gilles Depardon and Kathy Ogawa under Cannold’s direction, the Westchester County home is the ideal midcentury-modern space.
Surrounded by lush trees, it gives off mountain retreat vibes — despite being located in Pound Ridge.
Converted into an entirely app-controlled smart home, the property is situated on 6 acres of land.
Pegged as a “sanctuary” home, features include an open foyer that overlooks a two-story living room with a fireplace and soaring trees framing a pond and forest, according to the listing.
Outdoor amenities include a 50-foot-wide pool, a four-seat hot tub and the surrounding pond.
The kitchen is Scavolini-designed with a versatile island and an indoor/outdoor breakfast room.
In the formal dining room is a window slider that opens to the courtyard for outdoor dining options.
The primary bedroom suite is located on the first floor and comes with a deck. Other amenities include a library, a home office and two bedrooms with a shared bath.
On the lower level is an ensuite bedroom, the professional home theater with surround sound and a laundry room. All bedrooms have walk-out private patios.
Additionally, there’s a three-car heated garage.
Nancy Strong and Stacey Oestreich, co-founders of The Strong Oestreich Team at Douglas Elliman, hold the listing.