Tuxedo Park Manor is the epitome of the splendor of Tuxedo Park. Refined, relaxed and restored luxury of the past meets the comforts and modernity of today. Tuxedo Park Manor draws on the idyllic existence whether it be a substantial weekend estate or family estate, Tuxedo is where you want to capture every opportunity, rekindle your thoughts both past and present and live in today. Tuxedo Park Manor is a former carriage house that has been thoughtfully restored in anticipation of offering the best of both worlds with its timeless, historic Tudor style exterior along with the opportunity to create today’s luxurious living.
Tuxedo Park Manor is moments from the Tuxedo train station, a mere 38 miles outside of New York city this uniquely restored carriage house is nestled in one of the most prestigious gated communities of its kind dating back to the Gilded Age. Nestled beneath the Ramapo Mountains and a few steps from the members only Tuxedo Park Club, which is home to an 18 hole golf course, lawn tennis, Olympic size pool, beautiful lakes, and one of the few court tennis facilities in the United States.
Tuxedo Park Manor was thoughtfully restored to a luxurious countryside estate. Enter through the guarded main gate, past two glistening lakes and to this historic 1900 carriage house treasure and you are home. Drive up through your private courtyard with manicured garden. Hear the crunch of the gravel path below as you enter the main entrance with oversized steel and glass doors. The kitchen and living room area boast 12-foot height ceilings and French doors that bring natural light and a cool breeze through the space. The second floor is home to a second Great Room and large formal Dining Room. Most notably, The Master Bedroom suite boasts over 2,500 square feet of livable space on two floors and includes his and her bathrooms and dressing areas.
- 4 car garage
- 1,500 square feet kitchen and family room
- 4 staff bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- 2,500 square feet Master Bedroom suite on 2 floors
- 5 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Butlers kitchen
- Formal dining room
- Living room
The concept of the historic English Tudor style carriage house, meticulously restored to a luxurious countryside estate, is centered around an enormous private courtyard. The finished home artfully blends the essence of the original carriage house and the historic character of Tuxedo Park.
In the south-central part of Orange county, New York, tucked away behind stone walls and a massive iron gate, is the historic community of Tuxedo Park, the nation’s first “gated” community. The gate is guarded 24 hours a day by members of the Village’s own police force who allow only residents and their guests’ entry. A magnificent and truly unique village of less than 350 very special homes, Tuxedo Park quietly sits only 38 miles from New York City, only an hour commute with optional direct line train service. The community is also the home of Tuxedo Park School offering exceptional private K-9 education.
The beginning of the Tuxedo Club dates to 1886 when two men boarded a train to the top of the ridge in the Ramapo Hills of Orange County, overlooking what would become Tuxedo Lake. One man was Pierre Lorillard, great grandson of tobacco tycoon Peter Lorillard, the other was architect Bruce Price. Together, they would develop the area into one of the most exclusive sporting communities in the country, originally focusing on hunting and fishing. At that time it became known as "Tuxedo Park". Lorillard initially built small cottages, renting or selling them to his friends and family. After its initial construction the property consisted of 22 turreted cottages, two blocks of stores, a beautiful clubhouse, a 9-hole golf course, a race track and a mile-long toboggan slide. To no surprise, Tuxedo Park became a fashionable and popular space for New York's social elite, highlighting the social scene with their highly acclaimed Autumn Ball, in 1886, which also saw the first appearance of the tail-less dinner jacket soon to become known as the "tuxedo."