"Rivenoaks" mansion was designed by James Lord Brown for Miss Mary LeRoy King c.1900. The property was sold to Eben Richards the son-in-law of railroad emperor, Henry Clay Pierce. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This renowned architect drawing details from the classical, with highly embossed curved pediment and tall Corinthian pilasters combine to make this one of the more imposing structures in Tuxedo Park. Picturesque, unique and beautiful Tuxedo Park founded by Pierre Lorillard IV in 1885 is recognized as America's first true gated communities. This spectacular 13,000 sq ft home sits on a high point of the exclusive Tower Hill, offering mountain and lake views. After a careful multiyear phase of research, planning and designing utilizing the services of some of the most accomplished contractors, engineers and architects specializing in historic restoration and preservation is now ready for the restoration to begin. Additional land and potential guest cottage available would add 2.7 contiguous acres, Private and Historic Tuxedo Park is 24/7 gate guarded within one hour to Mid-town Manhattan, offering swimming, boating, biking, fishing with endless miles of hiking trails accessible from your door.