Friday, May 18, 2012

The Charles W. Cooper Estate

 The Charles William Cooper estate designed by Hoppin & Koen c. 1892 in Tuxedo Park, New York.  Cooper was the nephew of Peter Cooper of New York City.  He was a trustee of Peter Cooper's glue factory and of the Williamsburg Savings Bank.  Click HERE to see the Cooper estate on google earth and HERE on bing.


Photos from Architecture, 1900.

2 comments:

archibuff said...

Seemingly remarkably intact today with a commanding presence on the rock ledge. Wonderful gable and chimney details

macdisciple said...

My uncle and his parther owned this property in the late 70s/early 80s. It was not in good condition at the time. They renovated a number of rooms on the ground level mostly.