The entrance to this home is on a quiet road, originally adorned by four houses built by Bruce Price, the founding architect of Tuxedo Park, for his family. Price selected this prized site for the view of its rolling lawn and woodland beyond that he loved to take in from the columned veranda at the back of the house. The house is significant, because it is one of the four shingle cottages Price built for his wife and the only house that truly preserves the integrity of Price's original design. Original hardwood floors, diamond pane windows, 5 fireplaces and lovely architectural features adorn the home. One of the nation's oldest planned and gated communities, Tuxedo Park is still an enclave of unparalleded beauty and serenity. Amid the hills of the Ramapo mountains and nestled around three sparkling lakes, there are over 100 homes built in the nineteenth century. Designated as a National Historic District, Tuxedo Park offers a unique environment within an easy commute to Manhattan.