Built in 1902, this chalet style home set on 20 acres offers unique versatility and breathtaking expansive views from its perch atop Storm King Mountain. The grounds feature pebble drives, manicured areas with beautiful trees and aged rocks, and wooded areas. The mornings have a beautiful fog that rolls over the mountain hills.
The home has been recently remodeled, staying true to all of the original details with a stylized point of view. The house features a dramatic dining room, living room, chef kitchen, sweeping large porches, 8 bedrooms, 9 bedrooms, a barn, and guest cottage. There is a gentleman’s office on the main floor, attached to the colorful “mush-room” with wild wallpaper and matching fabrics. The dining room is painted in lacquer puce green with classic furniture. There is an attached apartment, similar to a small duplex in Manhattan. The second floor’s primary bedroom is painted in deep teal tones, and adjoins original dressing room complete with vanity and fireplace. 3 bedrooms make up the rest of the floor, as well as 2 rooms for the home’s staff. The third floor tops includes another master suite with a bedroom with 3 sides of windows and bathroom. The haunted attics and secret hallways add to the character.
The sweeping driveways twists and turns with backdrop of woods and rock formations leading to the barn and carriage house. The barn interior has 3 stalls still in place, but is in need of repair. The cottage house has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a full chicken coop with 6 chickens (available for hire).
Large driveway with space to park 30-40 cars.
Moving of artwork requires professional art movers.
Possible to nail or paint in walls as long as returned to original condition.