About This 1803 Georgian Manor In Stuyvesant New York
Majestically set up on the bank of the Hudson River with incomparable river and countryside vistas, this 1803 brick Georgian Manor delights in every detail. A meticulous restoration with museum-quality architectural details deftly incorporates modern required amenities and coupled with a well-thought, well-executed addition, the results are perfection. Eleven foot ceilings, Murano glass fixtures, lustrous hardwood floors, original millwork and custom cabinetry combine to creating eminently livable spaces; and with the flair of an important historical provenance, is exactly right for today’s sophisticated luxury living.
The classic front-to-back-entry welcomes you in and flows easily to each of the formal rooms. A light-filled music room with elegant fireplace; a well-proportioned dining room with carved fireplace and beautifully appointed built-in cabinetry opens to a family room with fireplace; a private study with original bookcases and fireplace; a chef’s kitchen with top appliances, richly-stained hardwood floors with radiant heat and adjacent sun-lit breakfast room all complement the first floor. The impeccable addition features a first floor master suite with luxury spa-bath and walk-in fitted closet; and on the opposite side, a mudroom with laundry, full bath/cabana, and side entry.
The second floor offers three bedrooms, two ensuite, and a spa-quality hall bath all surrounding a gracious light flooded sitting area with large Palladian style windows overlooking the incredible river vistas. A lower level offers a fully-restored historical kitchen with original beehive oven and brick fireplace and walk-out entry, a professional-quality equipped gym, and a recreation/sitting room.
Surrounded by 4 acres of manicured grounds, it offers every entertaining amenity including a wide wrap-around deck, formal boxwood garden, raised-bed vegetable garden, 50 foot lap pool, charming gate house and for the collector, separate garaging for eight cars. With direct river frontage, including rare riparian water rights on the Hudson River, Beaver Hall is a magical setting for today’s luxury living.