An elegant 19th-century Queen Anne mansion once occupied by Daisy Suckley, FDR's distant cousin and close confidant. The house, which features a five-story tower, massive veranda, and reams of family documents and belongings, has ongoing renovation, but is fascinating for the contrast it provides to the grander and somewhat more buttoned-up estates up and down the Hudson; the Suckleys' economic fortunes significantly declined during the Great Depression, and the house reflects that past. Lots of special programs, like formal teas and art exhibits, are scheduled.