This Gilded Age 1899 Tuxedo Park house is available for the first time since its construction by the Coster / Salm family. Situated on a hilltop with sweeping views of Tuxedo Lake and the Ramapo mountains, and designed by William Bates, best known for his Bronxville commissions.
The Main floor includes a spacious entrance hall, five other oversized entertaining rooms with 6 wood burning fireplaces, wood paneling and high ceilings. The living room and dining room open up to large covered and open terraces. The Second floor has several bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, nine wood burning fireplaces, and a separate staff area. The Third floor also has living quarters, in addition to storage.
The cellar has plenty of room for adding a gym and/or media room. This +/- 4.81 acre estate has a rare guest cottage and a greenhouse and garage on site. Price recently reduced. All within 40 miles of New York City. Equal housing opportunity.