Welcome to the historic Locusts-on-Hudson. Surrounded by a 1,000 acres of untouched parkland, the Locusts' elegant grounds, manor and charming 19th-century farming complex make it one of the most unique and arresting private estates in America.  Built in the 1860s by rail and shipping tycoon William Dinsmore, re-invisioned by his descendent Mrs. Vincent Astor and today owned by hotelier André Balazs, the Locusts has served as a retreat for titans of industry, presidents, royalty, and artistic luminaries for over a hundred and fifty years. 

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