Fireplaces: 6 Parking: 2 Car Attached Year Built: Circa 1895
74 Tower Hill Loop, Tuxedo Park, NY – Spacious Georgian brick hilltop residence on quiet Tower Hill Loop with attached garage. Facing south, this historic home with high ceilings and oversized windows was designed by renowned architect William A. Bates for the Herbert C. Pell family and built in 1895. Each of the four main levels has spectacular views of Tuxedo Lake. Entered through a center stair hall, the main floor consists of an exceptionally beautiful living room, a large panelled dining room and a warm library, all with fireplaces and original details, and a galley kitchen. The living room’s two full-height Jefferson windows and the dining room with large picture window front onto a covered porch with views looking down the lake and over surrounding wooded hills. The second floor comprises five bedrooms, each with adjoining full baths, The upper third floor is now a capacious unfinished storage area that could be easily restored to additional bedrooms or other living space. The floor below has a large open plan family or entertainment room with fireplace, a kitchen, a full bath, multiple clothes closets, and an office study and adjoining wine cellar, and opens onto a large stone-enclosed outside room overlooking the terrace gardens and play areas also reached by stairs on both sides of the house.