This historical property is best known as the Robinson Mansion, and most recently Steinway Hall. Built as a Tudor Revival of the Jacobethan subtype. The architectural finishes are of the highest degree. The land is 2.58 acres and includes a carriage house. This sales brochure doesn’t provide enough space to fully define its splendor, so attached is the National Register of Historical Places Form which fully defines the grandeur of the magnificent property. The mansion would appeal to an executive office building, event center and possibly many other great re-adaptive use.
- US National Registered of Historic Places
- Tudor Revival, Jacobean subtype
- Includes a carriage house
- Land holding 2.58 acres
- Great executive office space
- Possible event center
- Art Gallery