14 Butternut Rd, Tuxedo Park, NY
Acreage: 10+ acres
Square Feet: 3,000 sq. ft.
Full Baths: 3
Parking: 2 Car Detached
Year Built: 1971
One of the first selected sites in Tuxedo Park for a Gilded Age estate. The site was chosen for its mountain top privacy and stunning sunset views over Tuxedo Lake and the Ramapo Mountains. Previously offered on 6.8 acres, the property now includes a separate building lot of 4.09 acre that was part of the original estate that allows you to control the entire mountain top with 10+ acres.
There are historic stone walls and gardens that blend with the perfect modernist house designed by Edgar Bartolucci, all in excellent condition. The original gardens were designed by Gilded Age landscape architect Ferruccio Vitale. The home is on one level with high ceilings, dramatic views and rooms opening out to the gardens. The modernist design considered the possibility of a future second story for additional square footage if desired. The gardens and terraces are ideal for entertaining and have room for a pool with beautiful lake views. This is truly a one of a kind property in historic gate guarded Tuxedo Park, the chicest place to live within an hour of NYC.
Note: 3,000 sq. ft. Includes the enclosed porch