Kiawah Island Shingle Style Retreat by Christopher Rose Architects
Kiawah Island, South Carolina, United States
Christopher Rose Architects: "Set along the Atlantic oceanfront, this shingle-styled custom...
Hoffman Castle | 1904 Tudor Revival Asks $975K in Tuxedo Park
$975,000 | Built 1904 | 12,637 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 2.6 Acres
116 Tower Hill Road W, Tuxedo Park, New York, United States, 10987
Available for the first time in more than 35 years, Paxhurst, also known as Hoffman Castle, is on the market for $975,000. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase and restore this 12,637 residence back to its former glory. Designed in 1904 by the firm of Barney and Chapman for William Mitchell Vail Hoffman, the residence is a true landmark, with its tower visible from miles away. The house is in its original condition with a two-storey main hall with fireplace, fabulous square great room, a library, den and three additional entertaining rooms. Nearly every room features a fireplace. On the second and third floors there are several bedrooms and at the top of the house is a breathtaking oversized penthouse room with access to rooftop terrace. A lower above ground level opens to extensive grounds. This is a great opportunity for a lover of history to come in and restore Paxhurst back to its former glory! It’s on the market for $975,000 with Walter Deane ofTuxedo Park Fine Homes.