This charming former carriage house was built for Richard Mortimer, one of the early settlers in Tuxedo Park. His chauffeur lived on the second floor. It was converted into a proper cottage in the early 1970's. Its beautiful native stone and cedar shingle fa ade look east to the Ramapo Mountains and is framed by a backdrop of forest and massive stone outcroppings. The stone arch portico and hipped roof over the entrance features a headstone dated 1914. The first floor includes an entry foyer, spacious living room with wood burning fireplace, dining room, eat-in kitchen and pantry, and office/library. On the second floor, there is a large master suite with sitting area, dressing room, and bath, as well as three additional bedrooms, a large laundry room, and a second home office. This modest home is perfect sanctuary. The neighborhood offers security and privacy with beautiful natural surroundings, hiking trails, and three sparkling lakes - all this only 50 minutes from Manhattan.