44 Tower Hill Loop, Tuxedo Park, NY

$7,700 / Month

Acreage: 1,6 acres
Square Feet: 4,280 Ft.

Total Bedrooms: 6
Full Bathrooms: 4
Half Bathrooms: 1

Year Built: 1890

Available for lease, November 10th, 2020

Welcome to “Ar-y-Bryn” the majestic Tuxedo Park villa built for Consuelo, the Dutchess of Manchester, a magnificent fin de ciecle edifice whose singular views preside over unspoiled vista of Tuxedo Lake and the gloriously landscaped parkland. Among Tuxedo Park’s Italianate palazzi and French chateaux, this exquisitely restored mansion stands out, its glorious panoramic views, giving new heft to the notion of “gracious living.” At Ar-y-Bryn you can inhabit the same fairy tale environs that captivated the Astors and Delanos a century earlier. Period architectural details and features: Farrow and Ball historic decoration, custom mill work, original hardwood floors throughout, mahogany-paneled library and wet-bar, Sanford White foyer and grand parlor where Henry James took brandy and Edith Wharton started A HOUSE OF MIRTH. A gourmet kitchen, two wood paneled libraries, with conservatory-dining area, marble Cuban Room with granite columns and terrace with breathtaking lake and mountain vistas. Six bedrooms, including a master suite with sitting room and private veranda.

Natural light floods the entire house. The majestic vistas can be enjoyed all year round from every room including the three expansive verandas. A further second floor library offers you contemplation on the main bedroom floor with an expansive office/aerie loft on the top floor. Three-zone central air, four large propane tanks and a whole-house generator. The above ground basement with original wood floors boasts space for a wine cellar, exercise room, yoga/meditation room, artist studio.


Francine Liza

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Sally Bruno

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Tuxedo Hudson Realty

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