Lindley Hall was designed by reknown architects Warren and Wetmore at the turn of the century. The exquisite estate is a beautiful example of brick and fieldstone construction and boasts intricate details like solid marble entry steps and wrought iron balconies and flourishes. A chateau in Louis Xllll style, Lindley Hall overlooks sparkling Tuxedo Lake and the Ramapo Mountains beyond. Lindley Hall has a stunning formal entry with high ceiling, large woodburning fireplace with exquisite mantel and graceful curved staircase with highly embellished wrought iron railing. The principal grandly scaled rooms are all located off the entry via lovely double French Palladian arched doors. The library is gracious in size and is paneled in rare Russian Circassian walnut with exceptional detail. A beautiful all weather conservatory has extensive trellis detail, lake views, and fireplace. The formal living room has beautiful light and lake views. A hand carved marble mantel enhances the formal wood burning fireplace. A series of French doors access the lovely patio for warm weather enjoyment, and lead to a double marble staircase down to the inground swimming pool. The elegant dining room is ideal for grand scale entertaining, and also has a woodburning fireplace. Working kitchen is conveniently located and has original charming butler's pantry detail. The master suite is extensive and contains a private spiral staircase to a luxurious bathroom. The family bedrooms all have lovely lake views. Other bedrooms has mountain views. The grounds are extensive and offer 15 private acres. Lindley Hall would make a perfect, elegant country estate less than one hour drive from Manhattan. Lindley Hall is not a house, it is a piece of history. It's a lifestyle. The current owner has spent more than 20 years restoring Lindley Hall as close to the original as possible.