Arguably the finest private residence in the city of Hudson, NY, Tiger House is a rare and exquisite example of the Dutch Jacobean style. Situated among the more than 750 historically important buildings that make up the Hudson Historic District, the house was originally built in 1906 as a hunting lodge for Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Jones. Mr. Jones was heir to a soap fortune, and Mrs. Jones, known as the Belle of Honolulu, a noted suffragist. Tiger House has breathtaking public spaces including a grand skylighted double-height entry salon, and an ornately paneled and carved formal dining room. The original details are too numerous to mention, but include Tiffany stained glass windows and Mercer tiles from the famed Bucks County studio of Henry Chapman Mercer. There are a total of seven bedrooms including five en suite. The house has four wood burning fireplaces and an expansive rear garden.
Houlihan Lawrence, Inc. – Millbrook