Lightning Tree Farm, an estate owned by heirs to the creator of Johnson&Johnson, is for sale.

We all know Johnson&Johnson. They make baby, beauty, and health products like Tylenol, Zyrtec, Band-Aid, Aveeno, Neutrogena, and plenty more. Well, it just so happens the heirs to Johnson&Johnson have a 600-acre estate in the Hudson Valley. That estate is now for sale. According to Architectural Digest, the estate has been split into three different portions for sale, with the fourth portion already being sold. The main portion is listed for over $12 million.

Architectural Digest says that the main portion, in Millbrook, is complete with an 18,000-square-foot mansion, pool house, limestone pool, two garages, a guest house, caretaker apartment, stables, riding ring, and a private helicopter pad.

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