Langhurst Lodge. “He who marvels at the beauty of the world in summer will find equal cause for wonder and admiration in winter. It is true the pomp and the pageantry are swept away, but the essential elements remain, - the day and night, the mountain and the valley, the elemental play and succession and the perpetual presence of the infinite sky.” 1910 John Burroughs. This renowned literary naturalist captured then what is still true today about the Hudson Valley and this grand home. This home speaks to the joy of a country life style with protected woodlands and miles of trails with seasonal Hudson River views. Set on ten plus private acres in this historic area where Benedict Arnold escaped from West Point.
Completed in 2005, Langhurst is meticulously designed with unique features incorporating elements of English Tudor & Dutch designs. Constructed with hand hewn wide plank floors, brownstone and hand-cut granite, cedar shake roof, Flemish turns & mahogany details throughout.