"Bennett-Deyrup" House. Extraordinary circa 1887 Queen Anne Victorian, loc on the Hudson River w/rocky beach & underwent a masterful $4,000,000 reno 10 yrs ago. Classic asymmetrical ext design w/an array of materials, balconies, turret, rooflines, belvedere, windows & more. Completely gutted & rebuilt. All orig materials preserved & restored. Home was featured on the cover of 1887 Rockland Journal. Period features: embossed "lincrusta" ceilings & walls; many stained glass windows; art glass windows; 8 fireplaces, 4 w/orig raised Victorian tile work & 4 decorative stone mantels. Modern technology: 7 zone heat & 4 AC. Systems: alarm/video & speakers. Home theater & more. Best perhaps is rich history. Alvin Johnson/Deyrup co-founded New School of Social Research & commenced "university in exile" program to save 200 European professors from persecution during 1930s. Also home to painter Dorothy Deyrup. Huge yard w/pergola, pond & 3 levels of grassy lawn to Hudson. Walk to Nyack village.
Listing courtesy of Richard W Ellis from Ellis Sotheby's Intl Realty
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