Pierrepont Terrace, in the Highlands, New York

Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis American
Lithographer Maclure & McDonald British

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A view of Gothic Revival house near Garrison, New York designed by Alexander Jackson Davis for Edwards Pierrepont (1817–1892). In the foreground is a lake and a path leading to the house, with a large hill behind on the crest of which sits the house. The Hudson River is glimpsed in the distance.

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