Lorillard Lake House constructed of monolithic stone for the founder of Tuxedo Park in 1893, is considered one of the finest examples of this style of architecture in America. Originally designed by architect James Brown Lord and remodeled in 1905 by Warren and Wetmore (Grand Central Station). The 4.5 acre lakefront estate has a winding private road leading to a graceful courtyard. Main level features a newly renovated entrance way with radiant flooring, grand oval living room with 24′ ceilings, stunning dining room overlooking Tuxedo Lake, elegant library, eat in kitchen, office, two bedrooms, powder room and two fireplaces plus attached garage. Second floor includes three ample bedrooms plus a third level massive great room. Lower level houses gymnasium, huge laundry and numerous storage/wine rooms. Property has exquisite landscaping plus large stone outbuilding, terraces, floating dock, barn, carriage trails, and long shore line on Tuxedo Lake.
Total Bathrooms: 6.00
Lot Size Square Feet: 196,020