This Orange County inn has charm on lock-down, from the gleaming entry way to the hand-painted walls to the parlors that looks like rooms from a dollhouse made of wedding cake. The c.1850 Colonial Greek Revival includes marble fireplaces, plank floors, 11-foot ceilings with crown moldings, eight bath en suite guest rooms, and a formal dining room that comes with a mahogany Duncan Phyfe table that seats 12-14 dinner guests. Even comes with a 1700 square foot unfinished carriage house, all located on an acre of land in historic Warwick village.
Conveniently close to a commuter bus stop, Stewart Airport, I-87 Thruway, and, perhaps most importantly, the New York Renaissance Faire grounds in Tuxedo Park.
1572 State Route 17a, Warwick (Sotheby’s)