Designed by William A. Bates in 1899, this stone and timber Tudor is sited on the top of Tower Hill with sweeping mountain and sunset views. The estate property includes a 3 bedroom guesthouse, spacious 3 bedroom staff apartment, greenhouse and garage on nearly 5 acres. The main house was carefully renovated from top to bottom, including: kitchen, baths, plumbing, electrical, chimneys, roof, central AC and blown insulation. Only ever occupied by one family ...more info

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Historic and fully renovated with a modern floor plan like no other. This grand scale circa 1900 Tuxedo Park country lodge with 12 ft ceilings on the first floor and even higher ceiling on the second floor is the perfect country home for entertaining and family gathering with 16,000 sq ft, 10 Bedrooms and 10 plus baths ...more info

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"Riven Oaks" was designed by James Lord Brown for Miss Mary LeRoy King c.1900. The property was sold to Eben Richards the son-in-law of railroad emperor, Henry Clay Pierce. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This renowned architect drawing details from the classical, with highly embossed curved pediment and tall Corinthian pilasters combine to make this one of the more imposing structures in Tuxedo Park ...more info

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Elegant spacious Georgian-style brick home, designed by renowned architect William A. Bates for the Herbert C. Pell family in 1892. Located on a quiet hilltop Tower Hill Loop, all four levels offer world class views of beautiful Tuxedo Lake. Welcoming entry through a center stair hall, the main floor features an exceptionally large beautiful living room and equally spacious paneled dining room with high ceilings... ...more info

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Important 1930’s modernist house by architect William Lascaze. Lascaze is considered a founding father of mid century modern design.This is one of a handful of residential homes by Lascaze that still exists. Commissioned by Wall St tycoon Alfred Loomis. This modernist home retains nearly all of its original details and is sited on top of a hill with 11 acres ...more info

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Historic, spacious and private Paxhhurst Carriage House was built in 1910 designed by renowned NY architects Barney & Chapman a part of Hoffman Castle Estate. This unique Tudor home over 5,200 sq ft set on 2 beautiful acres of rolling lawn, featuring huge open-covered horse walk, original stone walls wood-paneled open porch brings you to slate floored greenhouse now a patio ...more info

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6 Stable Road, Tuxedo Park, NY

Original 1890 carriage house located in secure, gate guarded Village of Tuxedo Park, NY, surrounded by the beautiful Ramapo Mountains, featuring swimming, boating and endless miles of hiking trails. The cottage boasts a perfect combination of historic old world charm, and modern conveniences for a contemporary lifestyle ...more info

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