|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Evergreen, an English Tudor home built in 1932 by one of FDR's first cousins is listed in the State Register of Historic Places. The architect John Russell Pope designed a home for a unique lady that has stood the test of time. The house evokes an era of gracious living with a fireplace leading to a formal dining room. This 6 bedroom home has maintained all of its' architectural integrity and period detail at the same time featuring a modern kitchen renovation. There is an in ground pool with blue stone patio surround. Beautiful perennial gardens, mature trees and sweeping lawns provide privacy for special events and entertaining. Two car garage and laundry room. Located conveniently to the train stations of Rhinecliff and Poughkeepsie and to the cultural attractions of Bard and Vassar, Marist and The Culinary Institute of America. Day trips easily include West Point, The Catskills Mountains, The Berkshires and Tangle wood. Within ten miles of the house are Wilderstein, The Suckely family estate, the Mills Mansion in Staatsburgh, The Vanderbilt Mansion in Hyde Park and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt family home and Presidential Museum, also in Hyde Park.
A historic landmark property built by Laura Franklin Delano, first cousin to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Designed by renown architect John Russell Pope.
Enjoy the sunset on west facing terrace where FDR and Winston Churchill had cocktails.
The village of Rhinebeck was established in 1688. It is home to many historical sites of importance, including the Vanderbilt Mansion and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidential Library.
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7 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$89|
|Notes||Prefer adults only.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.