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Tianderah is located in New York
Tianderah is located in the US
Location Off NY 51, Gilbertsville, New York
Coordinates 42°27′50″N 75°18′54″W / 42.46389°N 75.31500°W / 42.46389; -75.31500Coordinates: 42°27′50″N 75°18′54″W / 42.46389°N 75.31500°W / 42.46389; -75.31500
Area 33 acres (13 ha)
Built 1885
Architect Emerson, William Ralph
Architectural style Shingle style, Romanesque Revival
NRHP Reference # 78001894[1]
Added to NRHP November 2, 1978

Tianderah is a historic home located at Gilbertsville in Otsego County, New York. It was built in 1887 by Boston-based architect William Ralph Emerson. It is an "L" shaped, stone Romanesque Revival and Shingle style residence dramatically overlooking the village and complemented by a stone and shingle style stable. The house is three stories and has a steep gambrel roof, a full two stories high. It is built of rock faced bluestone and features a 15-foot-deep (4.6 m) verandah that runs across the front of the main facade. Also on the property is a carriage shed, carriage house, and much of the original landscaping.[2] The estate was placed on the market in July 2007 for $3 million, the highest price ever asked for a private residence in Otsego County.[3]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.[1]