Elegant and welcoming approach to main entrance ... you can begin to appreciate what lies just beyond the entrance way.
Cotswold limestone entry floor with black tile inlay. Archway framing the views beyond the entry. Artfully hidden "secret" doorways lead from the foyer to a guest powder room, private study and vari
Two story Gallery with massive glass panels, and tri-level electronic shades, frame the terraced landscape and the peaceful Hudson River views.
Another view of the two story Gallery looking towards the Living Room, with entry foyer to the right.
Inviting Living Room with floor to ceiling Egyptian sandstone fireplace and mantle with contrasting black slate hearth and surround. Room is accented with West and South facing towering window wall,
The Music area of the Living Room with window seat and wet bar to right (not shown) hidden behind paneled doors.
The Library/Study, peacefully inviting and found behind the hidden doors, was inspired by a room in a former home in England, and is accessible from both the main hall and the Living Room. Each room
The formal Dining Room is the perfect setting for gracious entertaining. Butler's service and Food Pantry is adjoining.
Inspired by a professional chef, the kitchen is a true showcase and functional room, with ubatuba granite, furniture quality cherry wood custom cabinets, and professional grade appliances.
Unique and innovative see-through ceiling cabinets, with windowed doors and exterior walls brings the green and the light of the outdoors, inside.
Go through the French Doors in the kitchen and al-fresco dining awaits you.
The family room is adjacent to the kitchen and is heavily windowed to maximize light and Hudson River valley views. Two doors to the deck allows for easy indoor/outdoor entertaining.
Pristine Mahogany deck runs the entire length of the rear of the house, entering the Living Room in this photo. Here is a good look at the Vermont mixed-green, variable thickness, slate roof.
The Master Suite is perfectly scaled and features a Fireplace, French Doors to balcony, and his and hers custom fitted dressing rooms.
Another view of the Master Suite ... Master Bath doorway can be seen off hallway to the left. Dressing rooms opposite Master Bath.
Balcony views at dusk. The lush gardens, ornamental trees and stone terraces can be easily appreciated from this vantage point.
Decompress in the deep spa tub or steam shower (not shown). Jerusalem gold limestone flooring with radiant heat completes the picture.
This combination Bar and Game room on the lower level opens to one of the stone terraces in the rear of the home. The stone for this impressive (4th) fireplace was mined from the property.
Just beyond the table pictured here, there is a level lawn area, South and West facing, for those who may prefer to have a pool on the grounds.
The railing up top is for the balcony off of the en-suite (5th) bedroom on the top floor ... wait until you see the views in the next photo.
Imagine every day ending this way!
The Clubhouse, a 70,000 square foot country manor, with 140 rooms, was designed by famed architect Stanford White and was built for a member of the Vanderbilt family.
The original course was laid out in 1911 by CB Macdonald, expanded (to offer 27 holes) and redesigned by A.W. Tillinghast in the 1930's, and since 2005 has benefited by engaging renowned architect Gil
In addition to golf and swimming, the club offers 10 Har-Tru tennis courts, 4 Platform tennis courts, 3 Singles Squash courts & 1 Doubles court, Fitness Facility, Massage Room, and Skeet and Trap Shoo
Adjacent to the home, you will find Sleepy Hollow Stables, a full service Equestrian facility featuring a 2 story stable building with boarding for 45 horses, 20 paddocks, tack rooms, champion size in
Home is bottom, center. This photo helps one to understand where the home is situated within the club grounds e.g., clubhouse, stables, fitness center/paddle, golf, etc ... as well as the Hudson Rive
Rear of home at dusk, West and South facing, designed to maximize views of the Hudson River and Palisades.
Award Winning House - 2002 AIA Design Award, Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter.