The Timeless Tuxedo Park Tudor Fully Equipped for Telecommuting

Location: Tuxedo Park, New York

Price: $4,250,000

Stately old-school homes like this are common in the New York City suburb of Tuxedo Park, New York, but not all of them are ready to help their owner cut out the commute. Judging from the office -- equipped with four monitors, a laptop, and two TVs -- there are few reasons to make the commute to the Big Apple. That means more time to enjoy the rest of the house, a 10,000-square-foot Tudor with views of the lake. Set on four acres of hillside, the nine-bedroom, 6.5-bath mansion features "original wood flooring, custom millwork, leaded glass windows ... carved stone fireplaces" and a mahogany-paneled library. Listed for $4,250,000, this is one of the most expensive homes currently on the market in Tuxedo Park.

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