The holiday season is a time to come together with friends and family to give thanks and celebrate the season of joy. It’s in these small moments—lingering at the dining table after a holiday feast or collected around the kitchen island—that memories are made that will last a lifetime. During the holiday season, a home is transformed into a gathering place for love, laugher and cheer.
Explore our collection of homes with holiday-inspired kitchens and dining rooms.
This c.1906 Dutch Colonial sits graciously on a slope, tucked and surrounded by lushness of trees. Expansive double, granite islands punctuate this oversized designer kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows, which offer breathtaking views of the Hudson River and beyond. The kitchen opens to a large great room with multiple vignettes making this home an ideal space for entertaining family and friends.
Affectionately known as “Knoll Shoal,” this elegant six-bedroom residence was once home to Edwina Louise Lee and her sea captain husband William Appleby Robinson both of who were notable turn-of-the-century Cornwall residents. Original architectural details delight from end-to-end, punctuated by high ceilings, four fireplaces and oak hardwood floors. The updated, eat-in-kitchen and butler’s pantry is the heart of the home and perfectly situated for holiday gatherings all within 70 minutes to New York City.
“River Hill”, a large, romantic Colonial Revival-style home, was built in 1911 and once was owned by a countess. Said to have been visited by Franklin Delano Roosevelt in a bygone era, the impeccably restored home features a grand entry hall with rotunda, paneled woodwork, chestnut beams and moldings, beveled glass pocket doors, three fireplaces, period built-in window seats and book shelves, inlay and stenciled floors, several dens with windows on three sides, climate controlled wine cellar, banquet size dining room, two room master suite and central air.
Located on a discreet, private road that runs along the Palisades cliffs, this pristine renovated home features a large chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances, custom cabinetry and a wood burning fireplace. The beautiful, custom kitchen opens to a spacious living room making this home ideal for holiday entertaining.
Built in 1862, “Seven Oaks” is the oldest estate property in Snedens Landing. Known for its romantic style and bucolic setting, this Gothic Revival home features high ceilings, decorative moldings, panel doors, oversized windows and an elegant, banquet size dining room with fireplace, which is ideal for holiday feasts.