UNIQUE & accommodating

The mansion at Arrow Park was originally commissioned and built in 1909 by Julia Cooper and Schuyler Schieffelin – prominent entrepreneurial figures in turn-of-the-century New York Business Society. Bowen Bancroft Smith, a charter member of the Society of Beaux-Arts in New York, was the architect. The property originally belonged to E. H. Harriman, who was friends with Schieffelin.

THE MAIN FLOOR of the mansion at Arrow Park affords two larger rooms suitable for meetings, gatherings, parties and social events. Alongside each of these are three additional areas which offer wonderful settings for more intimate gatherings and are very suitable for a wide variety of purposes and utility – both on their own or in conjunction with the main rooms.

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The mansion also features OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS including three full-suites – with exceptional views of the lake and forest – and additional single and double bedrooms with shared bathrooms.

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ARROW PARK MANSION