Visiting Lyndhurst, the Gothic Revival mansion in Terrytown overlooking the Hudson River Valley is always a pleasure, particularly in the spring and in the fall. It was designed by America's star-architect of the period, Alexander Jackson Davis, and completed in 1942 for NYC mayor William Paulding Jr. It was purchased by railroad magnate Jay Gould in the 1880s, and was given by his daughter Anna Gould to the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1961. What a gem.
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