Acreage: 1.7 acres
Square Feet: 6,477 Sq. Ft.
Full Bathrooms: 6
Half Bathrooms: 3
Year Built: 1886
Spacious, sunny, historic Tuxedo Park residence with sunset and lake views. Located on prestigious Tower Hill Road, one of the park’s most sought after locations for its year round sunsets and lake views. This important historic home was one of the original Tuxedo Park homes designed by Bruce Price and then later expanded by Charles W. Clinton, the architect known for the Park Avenue Armory among other important historic buildings.
The floor plan of this spacious home flows beautifully from room to room with five fireplaces on the main floor, a living room with windows on three sides that opens on the west terrace and garden, a wood paneled dining room with walk-in silver safe, two sitting rooms off the entry hall with fireplaces that make perfect home offices, a guest bath and a west facing kitchen and breakfast room that opens on to a west terrace.
The main stair hall rises through the four full floors of the home and has a comfortable low-rise staircase and west windows for natural light all day long. The second floor features a bedroom suite with fireplace, two baths, walk-in closet, dressing room and an office or sitting room. There are an additional three bedrooms and two baths on the second level.
The third floor has four bedrooms and two baths, one bedroom suite with fireplace, a laundry room and expansive lake and ridge line views. There is a second stair hall that also rises the full four levels.
The lower level opens to the stunning lawn terrace that is perfect for a pool. There is a family room/ billiards room with fireplace, a sauna and the original bright and spacious kitchen that opens to where a pool could be located. Additionally, there is extensive storage and a temperature controlled wine room.
The home is in beautiful condition with renovated bathrooms, a slate roof and updated systems.