Estate atop Mount Tonche in Ulster County, New York. The home was built in 1928 as the summer family compound of glass magnate Raymond Pitcairn, whose family founded PPG Industries.
The property as a whole reflects a blend of Tudor architecture with some Arts and Crafts influences.
Additionally there was a seven-room caretaker’s cottage and a seven-stall garage.
White exterior, deck, porch, sunroom, big yard, patio, garage, colorful, loft. studio, pool, uneven ceilings, exposed brick, wood beamed ceiling
Fees vary according to areas of use
This home is very remote, they have commercial kitchen can do all the cooking and catering, has rooms for accommodation
Many changes in the house: all recording gear is gone, scouting is recommended
AC only in parts of the house