A magnificent historic home, built as a summer cottage around 1890 for John H. Foster with beautiful architectural details on a grand scale. The stone and cedar shingle home within the historic Village of Tuxedo Park, features privacy, security and convenient proximity to Manhattan. Sited on 2.2 acres, the grounds consist of graceful lawns, majestic trees, and private yard and patio. Two major renovations installed modern amenities, new kitchen, bathrooms, refinished floors and ceilings, as well as upgraded systems and structures. Beauty abounds, from the lovely entry foyer, with hand painted murals, reminiscent of the Hudson Valley School, the oak-paneled 24’ x 34’ living room with 11.5’ ceiling and 17th century English fireplace, to the grand elegant dining room. All five bedrooms on the second floor have baths en suite, and additional bedrooms, gym and large playroom on the third floor provide ample space for activities and guests. Truly a dream house, in perfect move-in condition.