Garrison, New York, United States
At the end of a winding driveway from the middle of Garrison sits this American Gothic house designed by the foremost 19th century American architect, Alexander Jackson Davis. The 7,800 square foot house built for Edwards Pierrepont, who among other things was US attorney general under Ulysses Grant, has been restored to reflect the gilded age of country homes.
The first floor opens from a full length porch into a foyer with an impressive keyhole staircase. The first floor offers a living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace, library with fireplace, small sun room, eat-in kitchen with woodstove and various pantries, and a laundry room.
The second floor features the architect’s signature split level design and consists of six bedrooms and three baths in the front of the house and an additional two bedrooms, sitting room and bath in the rear.
Two garret rooms on the third floor, and a billiard room, screening room, exercise room with bath and wine cellar on the lower level complete the house. An in-ground pool with poolhouse, three car garage,and barn surrounded by lawns, woods and fields complete this estate of 19 acres. Carriage house on over 4 acres is also available for $1,500,000.
House Size: 7,800 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 19 Acres
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 2 Partial
Specialty Items: Built for Edwards Pierrepont, Full Length Porch, Fully Restored, Dining Room with Fireplace, Library with Fireplace, Small Sunroom, Swimming Pool, Pool House, Screening Room.
Address: Garrison, New York, United States