An exceptional example of early reconstruction period (1865-1877) Alexander Jackson Davis* designed masterpiece along the Hudson River Valley, the Hurst Pierrepont Estate was commissioned by US Ambassador to England and former New York and United States Attorney General Edwards Pierrepont as a country home. Completed in 1867, this stately, yet modest masonry (in contrast to it's limestone cousin Lyndhurst) mansion boasts 12' ceilings, exquisite custom mill work, large parlors, grand porch and a commanding center hall entryway, featuring the homes most celebrated feature, the stunning keyhole staircase that greets guests at the formal entrance. Truly a piece of Hudson Valley and New York State history, this one of a kind property offers many amenities, including pond, pool complex, and more. Equestrian friendly.*b.1803 d.1898: Renowned architect of Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York City's Customs House/Federal Hall on Wall Street and more.
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