This Custom-Built Colonial in Tuxedo Has Everything You Need
At 3,500 sq ft on more than nine acres, this Hudson Vally home has room for barbecues and parties galore.
Architectural touches like carved eaves, crown molding, and high-end materials set this Colonial apart, but farmhouse details like the wide porches and homey fireplace keep it cozy.
Photos by Vizzi Edberg
This custom-built Colonial in Tuxedo has everything you need. It was built in 2010, yet has old-time Craftsman touches like a huge, columned, wrap-around porch, carved eaves, and exquisite molding and wainscoting. Plus, it’s in a great school district and has lake access.
The living room’s stone fireplace is inviting in the cooler months. A butler’s pantry with a wet bar and granite countertop leads into the formal dining room, which is separated by bifold French doors from the kitchen and has views of Arrow Lake. A real chef’s delight, the kitchen has a professional range, a farmhouse sink as well as a sink in the granite-topped island, and wall ovens.
A family room off the dining room has sliders to a screened-in porch. Outdoor fun is guaranteed with lots of porch and deck space, plus an above-ground pool (a mudroom next to the kitchen, with an adjoining bath, is perfect for cleaning up afterward).
There’s a bedroom on the main level for guests. Upstairs is a master wing with a large bedroom and a master bath; pocket doors open to a private sitting room. Two other bedrooms each have a covered outdoor balcony, and share access to a private study.
Nine acres of beautiful property include deeded rights to Arrow Lake, so the fun doesn’t need to stop at the porch or the pool.