Classical elegance shines throughout Hambleton House, creating a very unique moment in time for you to own the home of your dreams. This extravagant monumental estate exhibits a progression of architectural styles ranging from Federal to Victorian. Built in 1804, this legendary brick relic, features grace and class standing tall for centuries. Novelties include hardwood floors throughout and six fireplaces for your enjoyment. Fine art is displayed on a series of original murals painted by John Ferguson Weir, the former director of fine arts at Yale. In the late 1800s, he was a frequent visitor to the estate, previously owned by Civil War Col. Weir and wife Josephine. These one-of-a-kind paintings depict scenes of the natural surrounding land, the essence of beauty found in the Hudson Valley. The property is a perfect balance of woodland and pasture. Tranquil and serene, yet an easy commute to metro NYC, and close proximity to the Villages of Warwick and Sugar Loaf. Warwick schools.