Less than an hour from New York City, historic gate-guarded Tuxedo Park has some of the finest homes built in America in the early 20th century. The thousands of private acres that comprise Tuxedo Park are surrounded by 70,000 acres of forever wild parkland, stretching from the western edge of the Ramapo Mountains to the Hudson River. With Tuxedo’s private club offering its members golf, tennis, sailing, rowing, racquet sports and sunset dining overlooking the lake and the Valley Rock Inn with an organic market and restaurants nearby, the lifestyle is idyllic. Chastellux is being offered for the first time in a generation. This important historic lakefront home on 8.2 acres was built using the most sought after professionals of the day. The architects were McKim, Mead and White, the landscape was designed by Olmsted Brothers and the interiors were designed by McMillen.