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George Washington worked here! In Snedens Landing, originally an 18 c. stone house rumored to have served as his office when his men were guarding the ferry service from high up on the Palisades (cliffs). Home for 60 years to photographer/landscape designer Judy Tomkins, who following Snedens tradition, created and curated a special home where in her gardens and around her dining table she entertained some of the most influential artists of our time. 1930s additions to the house by architect Rex Allen retained the antique charm while expanding to 2, 400sf+ and incorporating then latest innovations, including radiant heat under old floors. Full of charm and period details with beamed ceilings, 3 fireplaces, 2 terraces, and Judy’s 60-year-old perennial gardens on almost an acre. Screened porch off 1st floor master, extensive lawns and seasonal Hudson River views. Step into a world where home was a reflection of a life well lived. Road winds down to the river, only 22 mins north of NYC.