Tuxedo Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1886 by Pierre Lorillard, the tobacco heir, as a hunting and fishing retreat for his wealthy New York friends. Considered one of the finest examples of pre-World War I architecture in the United States, Tuxedo Park has always been an enclave for the rich. Emily Post, the daughter of the Bruce Price, the architect for the gatehouse and the first 13 houses in Tuxedo Park, grew up here, and Mark Twain summered here.
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