Available for the first time in 40 years, the “Horace Waldo Cottage” (c. 1891) epitomizes the beauty and perfect proportions of early Tuxedo Park architecture, adorned with natural materials, preserved details and timeless style. Through the Federal doorway with fanlight and leaded glass sidelights, the first level offers generously proportioned formal rooms aside cozy gathering spaces. Eight fireplaces with early millwork surrounds and hearths grace the floor plan under airy 9.5 ft ceilings. A light-filled, professional-grade chef’s kitchen beckons serious cooks and family gatherings. Enjoy dinners, morning coffee or inspired art work in the sun-soaked, enclosed porch accessible from three core living areas. The second and third levels have five bedrooms total including the master suite with sitting room. Recreation rooms on the lower level have radiant heat floors, a wood burning stove and spill out to a covered patio. Sited on 1.2 acres of rolling lawns, walk to key Tuxedo Park amenities. One hour to NYC.