There’s Billionaires’ Row in the heart of midtown Manhattan — and then there’s Billionaire’s Dirt Road, a hidden retreat in Westchester’s North Salem.
Now, Pamela Slater — the widow of Mitch Slater, a concert industry promotion trailblazer who died last year after an extended illness at age 59 — is listing her “dirt road” home here for $8.99 million.
Mitch Slater was known as “one of the architects of the modern concert era” and his brother Andrew was formerly the CEO of Capitol Records,
The 12,655-square-foot Colonial-style mansion, on Vail Lane, was built in 2006, and sits on 10.48 acres.
The estate is “a fine place” for “retired show horses, or rescue horses, mini donkeys, alpacas, or goats,” a spokeswoman for the property said.
The home, which was designed by architect Tasos Kokoris, with interior designs by Eric Cohler, comes with a maple tree-lined driveway. It features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and five powder rooms.
Anchored by a spiral staircase lit by window walls, the residence boasts a living room with a fireplace, a formal dining room, an eat-in chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a study with a fireplace, a circular library, a gym and a guest wing.
The main suite comes with a walk-in closet and leads to an outdoor deck. The landscaped grounds feature an infinity pool.
Neighbors include Larry Fink, founder, chairman and CEO of BlackRock, who owns Finch Farm — once owned by the actor Stanley Tucci until 2004 — also on Vail Lane.
After another neighbor — philanthropist Ronald Stanton, founder of petrochemicals giant Trammo — died in 2016, a group of billionaires including JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Fink and financier Steve Rattner, bought 371 acres of Stanton’s land to keep it from being developed.
The land, which serves as a preserve for endangered bobolink birds, is also open to use by the North Salem Bridle Trails Association.
Other neighbors include Georgina Bloomberg, daughter of former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg, who has a horse farm here known as Gotham North — with stone walls built by circus elephants once owned by the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in the 19th century.
Former neighbors include the late socialite Lois Colley whose former mansion sits on 300 acres. Her widow is Eugene Colley, a McDonald’s franchise kingpin. Their playboy son Bruce was best known for breaking up Gov.. Cuomo’s marriage to Kerry Kennedy.
Slater’s home is listed with Ellen Schwartz and Heather Harrison, of Compass.