From the outside, this Tudor-style mansion in blue-blood Tuxedo Park, N.Y. looks like just the sort of stately home one could expect from this storied gated community. On the inside, well, it's mostly the same: lots of moldings, chair rails, fireplaces, a gracious staircase, and 7,800-square-feet of classic 1891 construction. Make it up to the third floor, though, and visitors will find something out of a recent hostile foreclosure, an attic room whose walls have been completely covered with haphazard spray-painted graffiti. Sure, this must have just been the kids running wild, but you'd think the broker would nudge the sellers into covering that up before asking $3.2M for the package.
· 16 Summit Road [Trulia]