Built in 1886 as a playground for the wealthy blue bloods of New York Society, Tuxedo Park today is still pricy, but more and more young adults are moving into recently developed apartments and more affordable homes. The village itself, one of the finest examples of pre-World War I architecture in the United States, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is situated among three lovely lakes, the beautiful Ramapo Mountains and two state parks: Harriman and Sterling Forest. If you can afford it, the Tuxedo Club, a private country club, has a Robert Trent Jones golf course, pool, boathouse and all the racquet sports: lawn tennis, paddle tennis, squash, racquets and court tennis. Tuxedo Ridge, a public ski resort, offers skiing in the winter and hiking—plus the Ramapo Music Festival—in the summer.