Clove Brook Farm is 172 acres of private preserved farmland abutting 3,300 acres of state park land at Schunnemunk Mountain State Park. There are four homes, one of which is a 1740 field stone structure with five fireplaces on a hill with specular views of 3,300 acres of forever wild park land. There is a beautiful large oval swimming pool with giant trees and sweeping views over the valley. Many barns and four houses with 16 bedrooms in all. First time on the market in 90 years ...more info

The Japanese Cottage designed by founding architect Bruce Price five years after delivering the “original 13” for Tuxedo Park marked the changing society at that time. Majestically sited on a gentle rise on the coveted southern facing hillside with panoramic views of Tuxedo Lake from all the well scaled main rooms ...more info

Exquisite lake front home located in the Historic and Gate Guarded Village of Tuxedo Park, NY with 4.5 very private wooded acres and boat dock. Scenic views from all rooms. Two story entry foyer with sweeping staircase and hardwood floors with steps down to living room with heated stone floors, vaulted ceiling, wood-burning marble fireplace and wall of French doors looking out to panoramic lake views ...more info

Stone Eagle Cottage is an original circa 1890 stone Gardener’s Cottage in Historic, Gated Tuxedo Park. This one-of-a-kind hideaway has been meticulously renovated with sophisticated details and care that is rarely found today. The beautiful home of stone and cedar sits quietly on 1+ acre, built into a hill with magnificent outdoor entertaining space as well as excellent views of Tuxedo Lake ...more info

Classic cottage built by Thomas Stokes in 1915. Extensive renovations completed in 2012, feature an all new kitchen with lake views, a new den, master bed and bath. These renovations along with a wonderful lemonade porch make this house the perfect blend of historic charm and modern convenience for a contemporary lifestyle ...more info

Halliday House constructed at the end of the 19th century perched majestically on over an acre with mountain views. This historic home is showcased by sculptural shapes, carved stone, round tower, broad decorative gables, elaborate chimneys, dormers and doors. Graced with two main entrances one for summer and winter both warm and welcoming ...more info

Complete with a lovely Vermont-like meadow and hills, southern prospect, and nestled on nearly six acres of very private, usable land with sprawling lawns, stone walls, tranquil seasonal brook and four season, bucolic views from most rooms, this charming Dutch Colonial former gardener’s cottage for the George F. Baker Estate can be used as a great full time family home or weekend retreat ...more info