13. Untermyer Gardens
When Murray returns in a dream-like scenario for Mindy, she meets the young Aaron again at the Untermyer Gardens up in Yonkers. Sprawling over 43 acres, the verdant, transcendent space is an example of Gilded Age horticulture at its finest. The Untermyer Gardens were commissioned by Samuel Untermyer (1858-1940), a high-profile lawyer, Zionist activist, generous philanthropist and very enthusiastic Horticulturalist from New York.
Charmed by Beaux-Arts architect William Welles Bosworth (a Rockefeller favorite), Untermyer hired the famous landscapist to craft “the grandest garden in the world.” The estate known as Greystone was a major undertaking: 60 gardeners, 60 greenhouses, 150 acres, one 29-room mansion, and even a living sundial. Untermyer Gardens is a popular filming location, seen recently in Billions and Mr. Robot.
Stay tuned as we add more film locations for Hunters as we watch more of the show! Next, check out the NYC Filming Locations for High Fidelity.