Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Requa House was built on the banks of the Hudson River at the turn of the 20th Century. The home sits back from a quiet road, surrounded by 37 acres of perennial gardens, meadows and mature trees. Designed by renowned Hudson architect Henry Moul, this impressive colonial revival is deeply influenced by the Georgian style. The architectural significance is found not only in its provenance but in its beautifully preserved details— ornamental plasterwork decorates the ceilings of the downstairs public rooms, built in perfect proportion. Original trim work lines the walls, windows and elaborate center stairwell. The two porticoed facades feature impressive & intricate entrance doors, one flanked by uniquely rounded windows. The classic & balanced fenestration allows natural light to play throughout the home, changing magnificently throughout the day. Perfect for entertaining, this home is approved for B&B use and its open, sun filled interiors, stunning verandas & bucolic views offer unlimited potential. 20m to Hudson and 2.5h to NYC.