150 Sisters Servant Lane Sloatsburg, NY 10974

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Description of 150 Sisters Servant Lane Sloatsburg, NY 10974

Formerly part of an estate called TABLE ROCK which was built for William Pierson Hamilton and his wife Juliet Pierpont Morgan, the daughter of the great financier J. Pierpont Morgan. William was the great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton, the US Statesman and the first Secretary of the Treasury. This property is rich in history and detail and features 52 rooms almost all with fireplaces you can stand in. The floating staircase winds up from the foyer featuring sculptures of the couple's 6 children's faces. The large gallery measures approx. 83'x22'. At the east end of the room is a large Norman-style fireplace. The walls and floor are oak, while the ceiling is elaborately sculptured plaster. There is an enclosed porch of equal length located along the south side of the gallery with views of Sheppard's Pond. The chapel and library are rich with detail all hand carved. The property was built with stone from the property it sits upon by Italian masons. See documents for more history.

CENTURY 21 Hudson Valley Realty


Office:
(845) 454-6334

  • Commercial
    • MLS Number:
    • H4834756
    • Price:
    • $19,900,000
    • Bedrooms:
    • 0 bed
    • Bathrooms:
    • Size:
    • Built:
    • 1904
    • Listed Days:
    • 713 day(s) ago
    • Taxes:
    • Garage Size:

Map of 150 Sisters Servant Lane Sloatsburg, NY 10974

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Features of 150 Sisters Servant Lane Sloatsburg, NY 10974

APPLIANCES
  • Appliance Desc : Dishwasher
EXTERIOR
  • Construction Desc : Stone exterior
HEATING/COOLING
  • Air Cond : Yes
  • Forced Air : Yes
  • Heating Cooling Desc : Central air
LOT
  • Area : Ramapo
  • Current Use Desc : Present use: Other
  • Zoning : RR80
OTHER
  • County Code : Rockland
  • Ob Property Type : Commercial
  • Property Sub Type Desc : Mixed Use
  • Property Type Desc : Commercial
  • Transaction Type : Sale
UTILITIES
  • Utilities Desc : Well water
  • Water Sewer Desc : Septic system