115 Tower Hill Road, Tuxedo Park, NY

“Hillside” built in 1890 by the prominent Gilded Age architect Richard Howland Hunt for himself and his family. All just 40 miles from New York City.

$2,850,000

Francine Liza

Acreage:  3.30 acres

Square Feet:

7,803 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 7

Full Baths: 4

Partial Baths: 2

Air Conditioning: Central

Parking: 2 Car Attached

“Hillside” built in 1890 by the prominent Gilded Age architect Richard Howland Hunt for himself and his family. This stunning historic home is set on 3.3 beautifully landscaped acres with rolling lawns and spectacular views of Tuxedo Lake. A lower terrace level is accessed via historic steps to a perfectly flat area which once was a grass tennis court. The large sun filled front hall, has a dramatic stairway, and opens into the oversized living room and dining room. The first floor also features several wood burning fireplaces and bay windows, beamed and carved plaster ceilings, a music room, office, newly renovated gourmet eat in kitchen, powder rooms and staff area. The second floor is comprised of several bedrooms with fireplaces and bathrooms. There is an attached garage, patio areas, porches and terraces and all just 40 miles from New York City.

Francine Liza

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
# 40LI1056894
201-970-1737
fran@tuxedohudsonrealty.com

Susan Rost

Associate Broker
MLS# 30RO0805949
914-715-9616
susan@tuxedohudsonrealty.com

Karen Hart

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
# 30HA0810258
914-391-4720
karen@tuxedohudsonrealty.com

* as built floor plans provided by DeGraw & DeHaan Architects