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A 1886 hilltop home in Tuxedo Park, a modernist house on the coast in Little Compton and a Queen Anne Victorian on Forsyth Park in Savannah.

Exterior of an 1886 stucco house with seven bedrooms, six full bathrooms and three half bathrooms in Tuxedo Park, New York

Bruce Price, who designed many of the so-called cottages in this gated Gilded Age community (and was also the father of Emily Post) conceived this house in the shingle style he helped to innovate. It was sold to Travis Van Buren, the grandson of President Martin Van Buren. In 1907, Charles W. Clinton, a later owner who was an architect, expanded it with a pair of wings, clad it in stucco and decorative timber, and replaced the roof shingles with slate. The hilltop setting offers views of Tuxedo Lake and the Ramapo Mountains. Midtown Manhattan is an hour away by train or car.

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