GLENMERE MANSION, Chester, New York

GLENMERE
634 Pine Hill Road, Chester, New York 10918
+ 1 845 469 1919

“Glenmere was built in 1911 as the country retreat of industrialist Robert Goelet. He commissioned the leading architects of the day, Carrère and Hastings, to create an Italianate mansion reminiscent of the villas of Tuscany that had enchanted him in his travels. Goelet perched the opulent mansion on a hilltop overlooking Glenmere Lake amid thousands of acres of land that he purchased at the turn of the century. Beatrix Jones Farrand, America’s first major female landscape architect, was called upon to create the incomparable Glenmere Gardens, much of which remains today.

Glenmere invites you to make your stay as active or tranquil as you please. Summer, winter, fall and spring, the estate and surrounding countryside offer diverse pursuits and pleasures. The countryside around Glenmere abounds with opportunities for recreation, including antiquing, strolling through quaint nearby towns, foliage tours, farmers’ markets, historic and cultural institutions, including the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the renowned Storm King Art Center and the Dia Beacon Art Museum.

Located within its manicured 150 acres, Glenmere boasts an outdoor heated swimming pool, large whirlpool spa, fitness center, 2 har-tru tennis courts, 2 har-tru bocce courts, and a championship croquet court. Visit our new 8,000 sq. ft. Spa featuring a marble bath house/hammam. Golf courses, Woodbury Commons Outlet stores, the Harness Racing Museum, apple and pumpkin picking and the 11-mile Heritage Trail are just minutes away.”

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