This spectacularly appointed Victorian home is one of the most architecturally significant residences in Warwick if not entire Orange County. Designed by Gilded Age NYC architectural firm, Lamb & Rich, just years after they designed Teddy Roosevelt’s home in Long Island, Sagamore Hill. This Hudson Valley home is nestled in the heart of the charming Warwick village, offering a rare architectural combination of Shingle Style, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival and Romanesque details throughout. The 1.6 acres expanse encompasses the grand house of more than 5,000 sqft; boasting 6 spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets; 4.5 baths; 7 fireplaces and a pristine midcentury kitchen. This Victorian dream even has a legal accessory dwelling unit for additional income or guests, and the additional 2,000+ sqft carriage house/garage that has endless possibilities for an entrepreneurial buyer. The grand staircase (complete with a secret room), pristine hardwood floors, original woodwork, and stained glass windows are just a few of the many enchanting period finishes that make this an ideal home.
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Updated on September 26, 2022 at 10:11 pm