Ledge Lodge, a Greek Revival estate, was built in 1899 for Ms. Blanche Tams. This shingle style lodge is perched on a secluded mountainside with lovely views of the Ramapo Mountains. Original architecture details have been meticulously restored including 5 woodburning fireplaces with hand carved mantles, beautiful hardwood floors and wood panelling throughout, hand hewn beamed ceilings and original diamond paned windows. Grand entry with sweeping staircase, intimate library, and grand scale living room leading out to two covered gazebos provide ideal entertaining areas. Large formal dining room is serviced by a new, state of the art gourment eat in kitchen. Spacious master bedroom suite boasts a new, elegant marble bath, and the estate has more than ample bedrooms and baths for a large family or overnight guests, including another kitchen. Carriage house/garage is separately metered with phone and internet access and has two additional bedrooms. Extraordinary stone walls and 100 year old specimen trees make this estate private and unique.