Tuxedo Park House

Murdock Solon Architects completed a renovation and addition to a historic home in the classic enclave of Tuxedo Park. The community, having been founded as a recreational retreat for the Gilded Age, still boasts one of the region's greatest repositories of late 19th-century residential architecture. This house, originally designed by celebrated and influential 18th-century architect (and father of Emily Post) Bruce Price, remained largely intact but was in need of some updates.