Marion Hall, Estate of the Day
We are back to Tuxedo Park, New York, a village that is home to some of the most beautiful older homes in the U.S. We've checked out a couple of them before, now let's look at handsome Marion Hall. The home was designed by the prestigious architectural firm of Hoppin & Koen for Wall Street moneyman John Harris in 1910. The Georgian-style home sits on six lakefront acres and is over 12,000 square feet of space with columns, elegant modelings, 13 fireplaces and beautiful wood paneling. The library alone has me captivated with its rich paneling and fireplace. There are eight bedrooms total. This home is $6.75 million making it the most inexpensive home I've covered in this town thus far.
Gallery: Marion Hall