Atalanta,one of the most important estates in the Hudson River Valley, an incomparable setting with over 290 acres and dramatic vistas of the Hudson River, this 16,000+ square foot Georgian manor features a level of museum-quality details and luxury amenities rarely attained. Steeped in a storybook provenance, it was originally built in 1851 as the home for Franklin Hughes Delano and his wife Laura Astor Delano on land that was a wedding gift from part of the Astor's Rokeby estate. Two wings were added in the late 1800's to complete the grandeur. Today it features impressive entertaining amenities and outbuildings with a Greek Temple pool house with a 75' pool and adjacent tennis court, a three bedroom guest house, three bedroom Farm House, gate house, carriage barn with three apartments, a two bedroom cottage and greenhouse. Impressive equestrian facilities include an eight stall stable with office, tack and feed room, heated indoor arena with artificial footing and a regulation-size outdoor dressage ring with GGT footing. The residence offers seven bedrooms, dramatic public spaces, a staff and guest wing, formal gardens and expansive irrigated lawns.