• Regal Splendor

    Tuxedo Park, New York
  • $12,000,000 US


Breathtakingly sited on 4.8 acres and unmatched for pure architectural detail and opulence, this majestic masterpiece draws you back into history in Tuxedo Park's most prestigious home.                                                             

Designed by Henry T. Randall, "Woodland" was completed in 1899 for William Henry Poor, the economist who founded the Standard & Poor composite stock index.                              

Constructed in the grand manner with slate roof, finials and balustrades, mullioned leaded windows, deep relief ceilings with hand painted insets, marble fireplaces, paneled halls, dining room, smoking room and drawing room, limestone and/or marble carved doorways, sculptured terraces, the home reveals to you a man's "love of splendor and magnificence, proves his aspirations toward the beautiful."

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