ABC World News Tonight’s Anchor David Muir’s $7M Home in Skaneateles, NY

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David Muir's New York Home
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David Muir, the renowned journalist and anchor of ABC’s World News Tonight, has achieved great success in his career.

Known for his global reporting, Muir finds solace in his stunning $7 million lakeside home.

This historic property features six bedrooms, two kitchens, a grand fireplace, a four-bedroom carriage house, and breathtaking views of Skaneateles Lake.

Scroll down to see the captivating photos of David Muir’s beautiful lakeside retreat.

This grand historic mansion built in 1890, features elegant architecture and a sprawling lawn.

Front of David Muir's New York Home
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Tall and majestic, the historic mansion boasts detailed woodwork and an expansive porch, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the view.

Front View of David Muir's New York Home
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Extending down to the serene Skaneateles Lake, the lush backyard provides a peaceful and scenic atmosphere.

Backyard of David Muir's New York Home

4 Bedroom Carriage House with a Two Car Garage

The pristine lawn leads up to the charming carriage house, which offers additional living space and a two-car garage.

Carriage House in David Muir's New York Home

Built in 2009, the carriage house features four bedrooms and a spacious garage, blending seamlessly with the historic charm of the property.

Carriage House in David Muir's New York Home
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Life with Axel: David Muir’s Beloved Companion

David Muir warmly smiles while holding his beloved dog Axel on the patio of their stunning home.

David Muir and his Dog Axel in David Muir's New York Home
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Enjoying a serene boat ride on Skaneateles Lake, David and Axel showcase their strong bond and love for the outdoors.

David Muir and his Dog Axel
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With curiosity, Axel looks out the window, adding a touch of life and charm to the elegant interior of the historic home.

Axel in David Muir's New York Home
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Relaxing on a comfortable couch, Axel demonstrates the cozy and inviting atmosphere of David Muir’s beautifully restored living room.

Axel in David Muir's New York Home
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Sitting in his bed in front of the ornate marble fireplace, Axel highlights the home’s blend of historic charm and modern comfort.

Axel in David Muir's New York Home
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Capturing a moment of companionship and relaxation, David Muir and Axel sit side by side on a couch in their luxurious home.

David Muir and Axel in David Muir's New York Home
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7 thoughts on “ABC World News Tonight’s Anchor David Muir’s $7M Home in Skaneateles, NY”

  1. Thank you, David, for sharing this insight into your beautiful home and your life with Axel!
    I watch your news cast every night and think that you are the BEST!!!!
    Julie Lindsey
    Germantown OH

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  2. David- I love passion for old houses
    Your home is truly beautiful and your views of the lake wonderful!
    Your most positive news casting is the best there is on any station- the positive happening you end each broadcast with is a true treasure and a reflection of you! Thank you for sharing your heart and these positive features each evening!!

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  3. SURELY DAVID YOU HAVE SUCH GOOD TASTE THE HOME YOU HAVE RESTORED IS BREATHE TAKING AND YOUR LOVE FOR YOU DOG IS MORE REVEALING OF YOUR LOVE AND KINDNESS BEST WISHES ON YOUR HOME AND LOYS OF LOVE WITH ALEX…THANK YOU VERY MUCH. GENE BROWN WARWICK R.I.

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  4. Beautiful! Looks so peaceful. Would love to see the inside. Enjoy and lots of Luck. Good Health and Happiness to you and Axel in your new home.

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  5. Wow! So glad I came across this posting. David has been my favorite newscaster for as long as he has been on ABC. I trust his reporting and appreciate the respect he shows to the people he interviews. My father was in the D-Day invasion on Normandy, and I got a lump in my throat when he personally greeted the surviving vets this past year. I am 81 years old and live in my great-grandfather’s house in Florida and have a love for old houses. I am so glad to see that he does too! Likewise, I also had a great dog named Axel that I sure do miss. Would love to see pictures of the inside of his house.

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  6. Watch you every night David, very proud of your success. Always loved going to the lake growing up in Camillus. And we have the same birthday ❤️. Glad you settled here.

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