1867 Alexander Davis Designed Gothic NY Estate With Grand Rooms For $4.95M!

1070 Route 9d, Garrison, NY 10524

Step into the timeless elegance of a 1867 Gothic masterpiece designed by the renowned Alexander Jackson Davis, now gracing the market at $4.95 million. The Hurst Pierrepont Estate, nestled in the enchanting Hudson River Valley, stands as an exceptional example of Davis’s early reconstruction period work (1865-1877).

Commissioned by Edwards Pierrepont, the US Ambassador to England and former New York and United States Attorney General, this historic residence was intended as a country home. Completed in 1867, the Hurst Pierrepont Estate is a stately yet modest masonry mansion, distinct from its limestone counterpart, Lyndhurst. The architectural marvel showcases 12-foot ceilings, intricate custom millwork, spacious parlors, a grand porch, and a commanding center hall entryway. The pièce de résistance is the celebrated keyhole staircase, a stunning feature that warmly welcomes guests at the formal entrance.

Alexander Jackson Davis, born in 1803 and passing away in 1892, was a renowned architect whose legacy includes Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York City’s Customs House/Federal Hall on Wall Street, and numerous other iconic structures.

Property Information:

$4,950,000 8 bd, 7 ba, 7,500 Square Feet


Real Estate Agent Information: Craig Watters

Coldwell Banker Realty


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