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The Ross-Hand Mansion

122 S. Franklin Street, South Nyack, , 10960
  • 5 baths
  • 5 beds
  • 5,664 sq ft
  • 4.0 acres
Property Website Date Posted: October 12, 2017



Circa 1854

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About This Old House

Welcome to the Ross-Hand Mansion, one of the most admired homes in the Hudson River Valley. This Gothic Revival mansion was built for famed architect Azariah Ross, who designed the stone bridges throughout Central Park and the stone retaining wall surrounding the U S Military Academy at West Point. After Ross, the property was acquired by Mary and William H. Hand, a master craftsman whose woodwork can be found throughout the mansions in Newport, RI. Their grandson was Thomas Edison’s assistant and worked alongside Edison at the home. Grand rooms and elegant details combine beautifully with the thoughtful updates making for warm and comfortable modern living. Brand new guest room with en suite bath and stunning new riverview master bedroom suite featuring a fireplace, multiple closets and a magnificent bath with radiant heat. Private au pair suite. Just a few of the other features you will enjoy include the full, walk-up third floor, heated barn with garage and fully outfitted gym, seven fireplaces and the wrap-around veranda. Perfectly situated at the top of 4 private, manicured acres with commanding views of the Hudson River and the Village of South Nyack below. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to own this iconic residence.

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