This historic masterpiece was built for Pierre Lorillard, Jr. in 1887 and designed by Bruce Price, the founding architect of Tuxedo Park. The house facade features a Queen Anne tower, richly ornamental Renaissance friezes, large Palladian window and Ionic columns. Inside and out, this is an ideal home, equally suited for family life and gracious entertaining. Original decorative details throughout the house. First floor: spacious, sun-filled, eat-in kitchen, elegant formal dining room, octagonal living room, lined with pickled oak library paneling, imported from Robert Cutting's English manor home in 1900, and solarium, which opens out to the pool. Second floor: large master suite with office, sitting room, custom dressing room and French doors to the deck, which overlooks the pool and cabana; three additional bedrooms and two full baths. Beautiful grounds afford privacy amid both intimate and open, recreational spaces. Truly a gem, offering the best of historic Tuxedo Park.