"Willow Knoll", located high on a hill overlooking the Hudson River, a 4,900 sq ft c. 1891 cobblestone, craftsman style home w/tower & huge veranda w/many stone archways overlooking river. Also features separate 900 sqft cottage/studio. Appointments include many interesting details, i.e. metalwork, wood carvings & art glass throughout. Numerous designs carved onto beams, mantels & woodwork throughout the house & cottage. Home is sited on former sandstone quarry from the 1700's & features dramatic cliff & stone wall carved into hillside. Above the stone wall, is a nature trail, part of an old rail trail that connects Nyack & Piermont to New Jersey. Residents can access the Hudson River at the village hall property for kayaking or take a swim. Willow Knoll was built in 1891 by Joseph Ellicott, the inventor of the air brake & first commodore of the Tappan Zee Yacht Club. It's a whimsical home that inspires the spirit & soothes the soul. An extraordinary residence only 35 minutes to NYC.