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Summit Mountain Manor Now On The Market For $4,150,000

Summit Mountain Manor now on the market for $4,150,000

This magnificent 14,000 square foot historic estate has just been completely restored to perfection for the very first time in its 119 year history.

Situated at the top of Summit Road in beautiful, gate guarded Tuxedo Park, only one hour from Manhattan, this grandly scaled Manor has been painstakingly updated and includes all state of the art systems and amenities.

Originally part of the famous Kincraig Chateau compound , purchased by Pierre Lorillard, founder of Tuxedo Park, as a wedding gift for his daughter in 1899, this Manor is now a totally separate individual residence with soaring ceilings and grand spaces suitable for gracious entertaining reminiscent of generations gone by. The lovely original leaded glass windows have been preserved and refitted , and the spectacular original herring bone brick carriage floors remain.

The historic walled courtyard makes an elegant venue for al fresco dining, and has direct access to both an extensive independent guest wing on one side, and a prominent, expansive kitchen/dining wing complete with soaring fireplace on the other. The elegant and spacious master bedroom wing ascends to a private master library. There is spectacular upper level entertaining/ dining space overlooking the massive entryway below, and additional spacious  bedrooms with baths en suite offer complete privacy for family and guests. Lovely 100 year old specimen trees and plantings , along with spectacular, 100 year old hand hewn stone walls meandering throughout the property, on this serene mountain top, make this estate ideal for either a full time residence, or fantastic weekend and summer retreat, easily accommodating large groups of guests.