Skycliff is an iconic early 20th century Tuxedo Park Estate built by Norvin H. Green. Located on the top of Summit Rd on the western end of Tuxedo Lake with stunning mountain and lake views in an extremely private setting on 8 gated acres. A rare renovated home with 2 guest houses, four car garage and pool ...more info

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On top of a scenic mountain with nearby lakes and within beautiful gate-guarded Tuxedo Park, the“ Loomis Lab” is a three story stone and timbered mansion built in 1901 for Spencer Trask, philanthropist and founder of art colony Yaddo and features Tiffany windows and spectacular vaulted ceilings in many rooms with stunning plaster ceiling and many large fireplaces. The lead windows and architectural details are gorgeous ...more info

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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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Reminiscent of a hillside villa in Europe, this 11,500 sq ft Tuxedo Park home built in 1900 is undergoing a gut renovation and will be delivered fully renovated summer 2021. There are 6 bedrooms and 6 plus baths with many fireplaces throughout. Sited on 3.4 south facing acres with big views of Tuxedo Lake and the mountains from all three floors and gardens ...more info

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1892 Willam A. Bates designed brick Georgian hillside residence with spectacular Tuxedo Lake and mountain views. Facing south, this sunny four-story brick residence has nearly all of its original details. This spacious home is entered through a stair hall that descends to the living room, dining room and library, all with fireplaces and views. The dining room and the living room both open onto a two-story porch across the house’s southern lake view exposure ...more info

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Griswold House - Historic classic shingle style cottage built by Thomas Stokes in 1896 for the Lorillard family. Extensive renovations completed in 2012, feature an all new kitchen with lake views, a new den, complete master suite. 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

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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

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The Historic Cotswold Cottage dates to 1876, built with iconic stone and now covered in beautiful ivy. This charming three-bedroom, two and one-half bathroom cottage also has a designated office space, a spacious living room with a fireplace, and an incredible private courtyard that immediately transports you to Europe! ...more info

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