One of the most visually unique homes in the world, the enchanting Armour-Stiner (Octagon) House is an 8,400 square foot wonder. Boasting 20 rooms, it contains a Formal Living Room, Dining Room and a 360 degree Ball Room with views of the Hudson River. The estate was fully restored to its 19th century splendor with modern amenities by a world renowned architect and preservationist. Located in historic Irvington-on-Hudson, the Octagon House is surrounded by meticulous gardens, specimen trees, a Carriage House, and an original Lord & Burnham conservatory. Privately tucked, the estate remains walking distance to the Village and the train to NYC. The rose colored exterior, curved pair of stairs, wraparound veranda with 56 columns and cast-iron railings embraces all viewers. Once inside, guests are brought back to a bygone era of opulence and imagination. It is a magical and lyrical setting for anything one may fancy.
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HGMLS data last updated at October 18, 2017 9:09 PM ET