Tuxedo Park, NY
The Ultimate Camp
Tuxedo Park has been a secret Alpine oasis of historic homes surrounding three lakes in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, only 30 minutes from the George Washington Bridge… but I could never keep a secret, so I’m excited to share this wonderful place with you. Historic homes surrounding three lakes in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, only 30 minutes from the George Washington Bridge… but I could never keep a secret. Historic homes surrounding three lakes in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains.
Tuxedo Hudson Realty has a team of eight agents and is the number one luxury real estate company marketing the beautiful lower Hudson Valley. Our firm brokered the highest residential sale in Orange County every year since we opened and we have set the record sale price in Tuxedo Park and Warwick, New York.
For anyone who doesn’t know my story, I founded the online antiques and art site 1stdibs.com, and recently created Valley Rock Inn in Sloatsburg, New York. I have loved historic homes for as long as I can remember and had never heard of Tuxedo Park with its important historic homes and gated community when I went to visit on a whim for the first time. I was stunned to see the historic homes surrounding the lakes in Tuxedo Park, the farm country in the historic village of Warwick, the forever wild parklands in Harriman Park in Sloatsburg, and Cornwall with views of the Hudson Highlands meeting the Hudson River.
The lower Hudson Valley is conveniently close to Manhattan and has extensive protected forever wild parklands and farms. If you have ever dreamed about buying a weekend home come take a tour and stop for lunch at Valley Rock Inn.
Best regards, Michael Bruno
Valley Rock Inn
From the website of Valley Rock Inn & Mountain Club: Valley Rock Inn & Mountain Club is located 30 miles from the George Washington Bridge and is about an hour from most of Manhattan. Our property is in the Village of Sloatsburg, N.Y. which is located in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, surrounded by 70,000 acres of forever-wild parkland of Harriman State Park and Sterling Forest with trails and lakes in every direction.
27 Mill St, Sloatsburg, NY 10974 • (845) 618-9112