The SpaceThis historic home from 1886 located in the cradle of the Hudson Valley only 40 miles from NYC, offers 6+ bedrooms with each one evoking a different proof of time and place. Sleep in Tuscany one night, Venice, another, a Shaker village the next, an English Manor rose room and a petite corner of France. There is a small maid's/au pair room with walk in closet.
There is a whimsical playroom with a walk in closet full of toys,board games and a full entertainment center. A young child's and adults delight!
The downstairs with 14' ceilings features a grand dining room, living room, kitchen, great hall, biblioteque and TV/game room. The dining room is beautifully decorated with an antique Baronial dining table that easily seats 12.
The living room is perfect for entertaining and has mini music entertainment center with a Bose sound dock.
The kitchen has top of the line appliances an 8 burner range with 2 indoor grills. There are two ovens and two dishwashers.
There is a large outdoor area with grill, picnic table, hammock and Adirondack style chairs to relax by the fire.
Among the many things you see and partake in, visit the Dia Museum, West Point Military Academy and various civil war sights, visit and picnic at the Storm King outdoor art center, beautiful Harriman State Park, shop at the famous designer outlet Woodbury Commons, and all of Manhattan is at your doorstep.
If you don't like a house with personality , this house rental isn't for you. Remember on Airbnb, you rent a home , not a hotel room. Guest AccessGuests have access to their room, any of the 4 bathrooms, 2 acres of grounds, and full use of the kitchen and entertainment rooms. The storage area's (stable and attic) and office are off limits. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival and departure and if the occasion should arise, I am always available during their stay. The NeighborhoodTuxedo Park is a 5000 acre wonderland located a mere 1hr drive north of Manhattan. The village is home to three stunning lakes, endless forests, rolling hills, and unforgettable scenery. It has been home to prominent figures such as Mark Twain and Emily Post and a number of celebrities. Getting AroundThe Tuxedo stop on the Metro North train line is a 3 minute drive from the house. It is a 45 min to 1 hour train ride from Penn Station. There is also a Shortline bus stop which is drops you at Port Authority station in NYC. The bus takes approximately 1 hour. Other Things to NoteYou can hold events at the house for an additional charge.