This Garrison estate was once the retirement home of a railroad magnate and a crash-pad for actor Paul Newman…and now it can be all yours.
Built in 1895, this was where William H. Osborn – known for turning the nearly-bankrupt Illinois Central Railroad into a profitable business – chose to spend his golden years focused on philanthropy until his death in 1894. The mid-1990s brought Paul Newman to the estate, where he stayed while filming the 1994 movie Nobody’s Fool. These days, the current owners updated this fancy carriage house’s 5,284-square-foot interior…
Ever dream of living in an Italian villa? Here’s your chance, complete with custom tiling, exposed ceiling beams, stucco walls, and banks of double doors inviting the outside to mingle with the inside.
Includes five bedrooms total, plus a recently-remodeled master suite with a spa bath and its own access to the pool area.
Wander your personal 6.7-acre Paradise, with Shoreline pool, resurfaced tennis court, and lush flower gardens.
Situated in Garrison hamlet, known for its stunning views of West Point across the Hudson River, just minutes from the Garrison Metro-North station, the Hudson Highlands Country Club, the Garrison Art Center, and numerous hiking trails and riverside parks. We’ll be in and around Garrison, NY all this week on Upstater, so check out more properties here and here!
Looking to make this Garrison estate your private Italian villa-on-the-Hudson? Find out more about 446 Route 403, Garrison from Douglas Elliman Real Estate.