A circa 1905 stable and carriage house, with benefits: beautifully surrounded by 2 acres of rolling lawn, woodlands and original stone greenhouse steeped in old world charm. Retreat into the informality of this consummate country home with its high ceilings and abundant light. Originally built for William M.V Hoffman, the Tudor style stable had stalls for ten horses and space for six carriages. The estate was sold to Prince Guy Obolensky, of Russian nobility in 1937, and he was responsible for most of the remodeling as a residence.
The openness of the large living room, dining, and kitchen areas are perfectly suited to both easy family living and fabulous entertaining. And what was once a covered horse arena, now provides an extension of those activities.
The first floor master suite features a spiral staircase to an office loft above, and a walk-in pantry could be easily converted to a nursery. Five additional bedrooms on the second floor can easily accommodate family and guests. The lower level, with walk out to the grounds, has large spaces for games and wine cellar. Experience the tranquility and beauty of Tuxedo Park and all this within an hour of New York City.