About This 1860 Armour-Stiner Octagon House In Irvington New York
One of the most visually unique homes in the world, the enchanting Armour-Stiner (Octagon) House is an 8,400 square foot wonder. Boasting 20 rooms, it contains a Formal Living Room, Dining Room and a 360 degree Ball Room with views of the Hudson River. The estate was fully restored to its 19th century splendor with modern amenities by a world-renowned architect and preservationist.
Located in historic Irvington-on-Hudson, the Octagon House is surrounded by meticulous gardens, specimen trees, a Carriage House, and an original Lord & Burnham conservatory. Privately tucked, the estate remains within walking distance to the Village and the train to NYC. The rose-colored exterior, curved pair of stairs, wraparound veranda with 56 columns and cast-iron railings embraces all viewers. Once inside, guests are brought back to a bygone era of opulence and imagination. It is a magical and lyrical setting for anything one may fancy. Price is MONTHLY