Architect Fritz Krieger-Designed French Normandy Manor Sells for $3M (PHOTOS)

Architect Fritz Krieger-Designed French Normandy Manor Sells for $3M

SOLD | Built 2002 | 7,700 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 4.3 Acres
92 Pine Hill Road, Tuxedo Park, New York, United States, 10987
Custom built and designed by architect Fritz Krieger in 2002, this contemporary French Normandy residence is chic and one of the rare newer properties in Tuxedo Park. The 7,700 square foot manor listed in July 2020 for $3.45 million and recently sold for $3 million. Several years in the making this home has mastered the ideal floor plan with living areas flowing together with high ceilings, lots of light and opening to stone terraces. There is an expansive eat-in gourmet kitchen with French windows on three sides, a fireplace and radiant heat floors and an adjacent family room with vaulted ceilings, exposed rustic beams and an antique mantle fireplace. The grand scale great room with living and dining opens onto terraces on two sides with an outdoor fireplace. The private principal suite has a fireplace and cedar panelled walls, two large dressing rooms and a generous spa bathroom with a steam shower, radiant heat floors and morning sun.

Tall ceilings and large windows continue on the lower level, where a finished family room opens out to the garden and would lend itself to being a wonderful pool house with a full bath and fireplace. The three car garage has exceptionally high ceilings and the landscaping is mature and gorgeous. The finishes throughout the house are on the highest level with custom carpentry, antique lighting and reclaimed materials featured throughout the home in every way possible. The property was on the market for $3.45 million with Elizabeth Broderick of Tuxedo Hudson Realty Corp.

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