Stanford White-Designed Home Hits the Market in Piermont, NY

Architecture lovers and history buffs will be enthralled by this new listing. With stunning views of the Hudson River, historic Taylor House designed by one of America’s most famous architects, Stanford White, has hit the market. This 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom Piermont dwelling he created has been in the same family now for four generations. A rare opportunity indeed, it is listed for $1.1275 million.

The large entry hall sets the tone for the rest of the four-level home’s 2,900 square feet. With a regal staircase, two landings, a cozy fireplace, and a striking semi-circular paneled window, it is both grand and inviting. Around every corner, there’s a charming blend of Queen Anne and Colonial Revival styles with four fireplaces, unique paneling, French doors, original bead board walls, and inlaid floors.

Outside, a large lawn, porch, patio, and pool are poised for serene outdoor living and entertaining guests. Then, the home’s finished lower level is a perfect match for those in need of a home office or an apartment for visitors.

Located a five-minute walk away from the shops and restaurants of Piermont, and 40 minutes from New York City, Taylor House is a dream for someone looking to put down roots in the Hudson Valley.

Designed by the man who created Rosecliff in Newport, the Washington Square Arch, the Metropolitan Club, and more, this quaint listing has a big legacy. It is held by Diane T. Smith of Sotheby’s International Realty.